We are not licensed by Jaguar Land Rover Ltd to reproduce any of the recent Jaguar logos and none of the keyrings listed here for sale in this website shop feature any of those logos.
The keyring in this listing features an historic Jaguar keyfob badge logo produced over 50 years ago and this keyring is intended to be used with classic Jaguar motor cars.
It is not our intention that this reproduction keyring could be confused with an original keyring – in which case we do not reproduce any original maker’s name on the back of the enamel badge and the leather keyfob is plainly stamped on the back with our details.
This keyring has the 1964 onwards Jaguar E-type badge mounted onto a teardrop keyfob in black oak bark tanned leather as can be seen in the photos.
Leather quality does not come any better than this – the finish & leather smell are out of this world.
This leather is still produced by just one tannery in Devon in England and is tanned using genuine oak bark as the name implies .
In order to show the leather off to it’s best effect we stitch slightly more internal leather plumping within the leather fob ( a 2.5mm thick internal leather pad rather than the standard 1.25mm pad ) – this adds additional dimension to the keyfob as can be seen in the photos.