GBS Bond  Italian Leather Mens Belt | MARK  / GIUSTI
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BOND / GBS-003

Great British Seaside

Elevate Your Style, Mr. Bond with our GBS "Bond" Italian Leather Men's Belt:

Greetings, Mr. Bond. The "Bond" Leather Belt awaits, offering a touch of sophistication whether you're opting for laidback or luxurious. This reversible belt is your ticket to adding a playful sense of flair to your look, right on the spot.

Featuring our signature Stone Grey on one side and smooth solid London Grey leather on the other, this belt is your versatile companion, ensuring your style never misses a beat. Designed as a one-size-fits-all accessory, the Bond Belt can be easily adjusted to your preferred measurement, promising a personalized fit for your convenience.

The discreetly embossed MARK/GIUSTI logo on the buckle, coupled with the iconic Stone Grey color, adds a touch of sophistication and exclusivity. Complete your ensemble with the Bond Belt – the epitome of style, versatility, and iconic design. Stone Grey is our signature light grey color, exclusively available at MARK/GIUSTI.

Elevate your style journey with the GBS "Bond" Italian Leather Men's Belt – Where Luxury Meets Versatility, Mr. Bond.

Our signature Cosmati Mosaic embossed leather has been inspired by the geometric mosaics particularly found in the High altar of London's Westminster Abbey, built in the 13th century AD and on which no less than 38 kings and queens have been crowned.

100% Genuine Bovine Leather

100% Handcrafted in Italy.
International delivery is available.
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We offer a complimentary service to emboss your initials on all MARK / GIUSTI bags and small leather accessories. Please email us your request to when placing your order.

Mosaic Pattern Story

Great British Seaside Mosaic

The inspiration for the GBS mosaic pattern was taken from the original mosaic decorations that was found in Roman Villa in Pitney, Somerset (United Kingdom) explored in (1861).
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MARK / GIUSTI have collaborated with Mosaicist Francesco Parutto to recreate the original mosaic marble floors found in Pitney Somerset.
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