CASA (Australia) Pilot Licence Folder Cover - Hand Finished Leather - 1 Colour

Premium CASA Licence Folder Cover with initials

$ 179 NZD

Custom made by New Zealand leather artisan, Fiona Ritchie, the natural characteristics of the leather hide, hand dyeing process and hand embossed initials make your CASA pilot licence holder unique.

Made to measure for your Australian CASA Flight Crew Licence folder (Form 947)

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Sparrowhawk Leather makes the largest range of handmade, personalised, 100% genuine leather pilot logbook covers.

Made to measure for your Australian CASA Flight Crew Licence folder (Form 947) - whether the Vinyl Holder or the Hard Back Bound Holder (see second picture).

18.75 cm high x 13.75 cm wide (when closed) 29 cm wide (when open) - Not available for other aviation authority licences)

COMBINE with a matching CASA Logbook Cover (CASA Logbook & Licence Folder Cover Combo - Hand Finished Leather) and SAVE $20 on Individual Purchase.

  • Natural Russet Leather hand dyed by Sparrowhawk
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  • Hand Embossed Wings & Initials
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  • Hand cut, bevelled, stitching groove, punched stitching holes & edges burnished
  • Hand Stitched
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100% Full Grain, Hand Dyed Leather

Each Sparrowhawk Leather piece is made to order by skilled Leather Artisan, Fiona Ritchie.

Fiona uses time honoured leathercraft techniques, including hand embossing and hand dyeing, allowing Sparrowhawk customers specify the colour and personalization of their piece.

By carefully selecting the leather to cut from the hide, and hand rubbing their dye colour to enhance its individual grain, Fiona crafts a one-off piece, with a unique finish, that is exclusively theirs.

Fiona's leather knowledge, designs and craftsmanship ensures each customer's Sparrowhawk leather piece is fit for purpose, beautiful and stands the test of time.

Our Founder

Fiona Ritchie Leather Artisan & Pilots Wife

Sparrowhawk Leather took flight in 2014 when I made my first Pilot Logbook cover for my Airline pilot husband, Nick. Unable to find a robust, handmade leather cover like the one he’d purchased 30 years earlier, Nick asked that I make covers to fit his current and older logbook.

Since then, I have made over 500 personalised leather logbook covers for pilots in New Zealand, Australia, US, UK and Hong Kong. As Sparrowhawk Leather became known, pilots requested more personalisation and custom made options, as well as Pilot Licence wallets and Men’s wallets. Today Sparrowhawk Leather makes the widest range of Pilot Logbook Covers available in the world, all from my Farm Workshop in Hunua, New Zealand.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
A beautiful hand-crafted piece of art

When I presented the pilot licence holder to an old friend as a leaving present, he shed a small tear, he was completely blown away with how beautiful it was. Having his initials embossed on top was the icing on the cake. Thank you so much Fiona for a wonderful experience in helping me arrange this gift for a dear friend. This is a gift that will last for the ages and I know my old mate will be proud to show off his amazing licence holder at any opportunity. Cheers, Philip.

Paul, Tasmania, Australia
Very pleased

An absolute treasure - you do exceptionally good work.

Great gift !!

My son loves the Cover and was so surprised.
He love the personalise of his initial on the cover.
Will have start to save up for the matching log book cover : )

Thank you Fiona for rushing it thru in time for Xmas and being so helpful.

Great product, Great service, Highly recommended !

Western Australia

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