Original Noah's Art Crew circa 1973
  Noah's Art leather has been in business for over 40 years. The two owners, Terry and Nancy Molony, started with handmade copper and brass buckles and belts. Between 1970 and 1980, they sold their buckles and belts to over 200 stores in the United States. From metal they expanded to inlaid leather buckles, hair barrettes and inlaid leather chessboards.  
In 1976 Noah's Art was given the license to be the official producers of hair barrettes for the 1976 Montreal Olympics. Their company purchased a special machine to emboss the official Olympic symbol on the barrettes. This machine enabled them to change the course of their business.
Nancy's hand drawn wildlife and nature designs were reproduced on a variety of leather items. Therefore a whole new product line developed: printed leather goods. In 1985 the couple faced a new market that challenged them to create wallets with a distinctive look, using the finest quality leathers.
In the 1990's Noah's Art created leather scarves with multi-colored coordinated accessories to match. This decade also brought numerous custom orders, including menu covers for the Waldof Astoria and for the oldest Inn in the United States: "The Beekman Arms" in Rheinbeck, New York. In 1997 the company was requested to make all the leather desk accessories for the delegates of the Asian Pacific Economic Conference (APEC) in Vancouver, Canada. Noah's Art made leather desk blotters for the NATO conference in Toronto and did business with numerous corporate clients.
    An Original Noah's Art Aztec Buckle
Their leather business has evolved together with their many customers through the years and they look forward to new challenges as they venture into the future.
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