Luxury Card Case
Geoffrey Parker’s playing card case doesn’t get much more luxurious; our Luxury playing cards come in either standard, Gold or Silver and are housed in one of our luxury leather boxes.
Luxury Gaming Leather Card Case
Our luxury card set is available in our traditional gaming leather, perfect for those who love a tipple with their game of cards. Wine stain and tobacco resistant this luxury card case is the ideal gift for any card game lover.
This luxury card case is also available in our exotic leather range, made to order in your choice of exotic leather from Alligator to watersnake, shagreen and even ostrich. If you’re looking for something that little bit unique or special you can truly customise your card case with our luxury exotic leathers.
A perfect gift for those who have everything, or those who love cards. Add initials, a hand embossed message, initials or even a logo to give it a truly personal touch.
Geoffrey Parker Ethics Policy
At Geoffrey Parker, we are mindful that all our materials are ethically sourced. Using exotic skins such as Alligator comes with great responsibility. We always ensure that all skins are obtained in accordance to the official guidelines and breeding programs, thus ensuring harvesting is not detrimental to the species.
These captive breeding programs which are governed by CITES regulations have seen a huge growth in Alligator populations since the 1970’s when they were almost extinct. There are now over 200 Alligator farms in the US operating within this controlled edict.
It’s important to note that if Alligators are allowed to overpopulate, due to their territorial habits, biologists & conservations warn they will often turn to cannibalism. In addition to the harvesting of skins, Alligator meat is now also consumed.
All of our skins are tagged with CITES documents which note that they are ethically sourced.
As for Shagreen (or Stingray), this is fished in the Far East and is more plentiful than Salmon & Cod. Within this region, it has been a predominant source of food for human consumption for over 2,000 years. The skins, like cow hides, are a by-product of this industry which in deemed NON-CITES.