The earliest known examples of marbling date back to Japan in the 12th century. Similar methods appeared in central Asia in the 15th century. These methods spread from the middle east to Europe in the 17th century where various countries each made their own adjustments to create signature patterns using this marbling technique. As a result, of this intricate yet free flowing effect, marbled papers were often used to prevent document forgery as designs were impossible to replicate. Today, marbling techniques create beautiful artwork, fine papers and fabric designs. Marbling is an expressive art, part of the beauty of marbling is that no two pieces are alike. Consequently, this is why we think the Rock Pool Martingale Collar is so unique.
Ex Small 8″ to 12″, Small – 10″ to 14″, Medium – 13″ to 17″, Large – 16″ to 20″, Ex Large 16″ to 20″
2″ , 1.5″ and 1.5″ – Also available as a martingale collar.
Sea Foam – lined with turquoise or apple luxury Swiss velvet.
Sun Glow – Lined with yellow or tangerine luxury Swiss velvet
Sea Urchin – Lined with scarlet or fig luxury Swiss velvet
Why not add impact with a matching dress lead lined with contrasting luxury Swiss velvet. Alternatively, opt for a contrasting double sided Luxury Swiss velvet lead
Traditional brass or nickel plated brass.
Caring for your Rock Pool Martingale Collar
Do not allow your collar to become too dirty. Spot clean, hand wash or gentle 30 Degree machine cycle.