Secrid presents the Art Collection, with masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum and the Mauritshuis. With these wallets four masterpieces are literally within reach: The Girl with a Pearl Earring, Still Life with Flowers, The Goldfinch and The Night Watch. Timeless creations depicted on high-quality leather, which faithfully reproduces even the smallest details of the painting.
I have one of these wallets for going on 7 years… it still works perfect, and is my everyday wallet - whether I need it on the go in my pocket, or in my purse. THE HANDIEST, CUTEST, BEST WALLET I HAVE EVER HAD!
Still Life of Flowers with Crown: Imperial Fritillary in a Stone Niche, 1613
Jacob Vosmaer. Symbols of Dutch culture to this very day, flowers were a favored subject in the Golden Age of Dutch art. The lively colours of this 17th century still-life make our small wallet stand out in a big way. The richness of this painting makes this wallet an ideal fashion accessory.
: The 'Night Watch', 1642 Rembrandt van Rijn.
Master of light and shadow, Rembrandt shows his full talent in this iconic work. It is for this reason that the Night Watch is the centerpiece of the Rijksmuseum and a national treasure of the Netherlands. The original is noteworthy also for its impressive size, but we are sure it is just as inspiring in pocket-size.
Girl With a Pearl Earring: Girl with the Pearl Earring, 1665 Johannes Vermeer. Girl with the Pearl Earring, sometimes called the Mona Lisa of the North, has fascinated many millions all around the world. Inspiring books, films and art from all fields. We set the pearl right at the center of the composition, showing Vermeer’s unparalleled skill in playing with light. While the girl’s mysterious glance and smile are on the back of the wallet, adding to her mysterious allure.
The Goldfinch: The Goldfinch, 1654 Carel Fabritius. The Goldfinch has always been a favourite of art-lovers, but it recently became an international phenomenon in after the success of Donna Tart’s best-selling novel and subsequent film of the same title. Fans of the book from all over the world flocked to The Netherlands to see the painting. Now they can carry it with them in their pocket.