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Great thread this (only just found it) - keep it flowing and don't forget to listen to some Ska
Great little thread here which I've only recently found due to workload preventing to much SF participation these days. I am always interested to see comments about leather artisans and their great work as we all need a leg up occasionally from the dedicated followers of fashion found here on SF in bucket loads.
That's a very good look - well done Sir.
Liking this thread lots & hoping to get my take on the classic 'Roorkhee' chair finished for the Spring/Summer. Oak frames with English Bridle Leather Straps & Saddle hide seats & back, solid brass fittngs, handstitching etc etc. Anyone interested or got any suggestions please send me a pm. Best, Tim Hardy
Great looking kit Guys!!
That is really classic style and works extremely well - good to see!
Hi,Thanks & I've sent you a pmTim Hardy
Many thanks timpoblete,Hope you are as pleased with them as I intend everyone to be with my workRobin of mistercrew fame does a great job, knows his stuff and made lots of people realise where they started out in this form - i am still thanking him especially when I look at the order-book!
Thanks for the mention evrybody and to clarify any confusion, I designed, developed and produced the now much copied Quick Release belt back in the nineties when my company supplied the first ones ever to EG/Needles/Nepenthes, Denime and loads of others.Since then I now only make for the end user as I find supplying shops tedious. My former colleague and friend Martin F looks after the stores these days while I do bespoke individual work only using only British materials...
Good to see this thread & I am considering supplying some top end gloves again in the future if the demand is there. I assume by peccary we are talking hogskin?I have a beautiful pair not dissimilar to those pictured which are unlined hand sewn, hand made Hogskin from a very old English company (not Dents), beautifully soft and very durable - proper Gentlemen's gloves!Interested anyone?Best,Tim Hardy
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