EXOTIC SKINS DESIGNER HANDBAGS

Cape Cobra Leathercraft is an internationally recognized name with an elite following and has been spotted in the hands of the British and Monegasque Royal family, as well as celebrities such as: Sandra Bullock, Debra Messing, Jennifer Lopez and Anne Hathaway.  Recent successes for the brand included the design and manufacture of a clutch for Her Serene Highness the Princess of Monaco, Charlene Wittstock. 
Black Python Handbag

Robert Schafer is the managing director of Cape Cobra after succeeding his late father Lothar Schafer in 2000.  Today, Robert’s children are the third generation of Schafer’s and play a vital role in securing the companies’ continuing success, both locally and internationally.
Cape Cobra crafts only the finest of exotic skins to create sophisticated leather product; conforming to the stringent guidelines of CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora). http://www.cites.org/

Soft Gloss Nutmeg Croc
Black Ostrich (limited edition)
 
These exotic materials are moulded to shape and form by master craftsmen forming the Cape Cobra product which includes Handbags such as totes, clutches of pouches in addition to briefcases luggage, belts, and smaller leather accessories.
Cape Cobra has earned international recognition for superior quality, by some of the world’s most prestigious design houses and labels remaining intimately and pervasively connected to age-old handcraft tradition. 

Nutmeg Python
Sand Soft Gloss Croc
Soft Gloss Croc Nutmeg
Classic Cognac Croc
Natural Gloss Python (limited edition)
Soft Gloss Walnut Croc (limited edition)
Soft Gloss Cigar Croc (limited edition)
Black Gloss Python (limited edition)
Cape Cobra has a significant role in contributing to position South Africa at the forefront of international fashion markets as a uniquely creative country that surpasses expectations time and time again; decisively striving daily to live-up to President Nelson Mandela’s famous quote.  “As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same”.