That is what happens when extraordinary craftsmen, metalsmiths and engineers set out to transform a basic necessity into the ultimate gender-fluid accessory with cutting-edge functionality and stunning aesthetics equally in mind.
It becomes Bejeti, the highest quality and most sophisticated minimalist wallets available on the market today, and an alchemic triumph of precision engineering and exquisite design.
Created for the individual who anticipates more from every aspect of their life, we proudly submit that our unique, proprietary synthesis of innovation, old world craftsmanship, and state-of-the-art precision construction has resulted in a flawless blend of style, class and efficiency that will exceed all expectations.
Starting with rare earth and celestial materials, Bejeti utilizes uncompromising processing techniques developed by highly-skilled artisans in order to maximize their natural beauty by extracting distinctively different patterns from each and every piece, yielding one-of-a-kind, heirloom wallets that are just as visually striking as they are effortless to use.
Handcrafted entirely in the USA, no two are exactly alike, and with Bejeti’s multi-layered counterfeit prevention system, our clients can rest reassured their meticulously crafted piece is authentic and remains individualized.
And eco-friendly too. From forged Damascus steel that is at least 80% recycled, to using plastic pollution as the showcase substrate in our ecological line, our wallets are proof that manufacturing and the earth’s environment can support each other in spectacular, working harmony.
Bejeti. Redefining the wallet experience one master work at a time.
Simply put, Bejeti is the fusion of fastidious engineering and modern-day eminence. The passion for manufacturing coupled with an appreciation for fine accessories, and the desire to reignite the appreciation for fine American craftsmanship through innovation.
Founder Eduardo D. Sande, was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as a first generation American, the son of Uruguayan immigrants who had come to the United States with little money to their names, and he was soon to learn the value of hard work by their example.
At the age of 18, Eduardo began his first internship in industrial manufacturing, and within four years became the first member of his family to graduate from a university; obtaining a degree in Chemical Engineering before spending the next 20+ years developing an appetite for fine design and constructs.
Intently curious as to the composition of the various articles and inventions he encountered in his daily existence as a matter of course, one day he found himself analyzing a traditional wallet and wondering why old designs and textiles still formed the basis of such an essential accessory in the 21st century and the rest is… Bejeti.