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Your more than welcome to change to a different colour if you like, drop me a PM or reply to one of our emails and we'll sort it out for youCharlie
Very close. The Burgundy is a rich brown with some red, not an oxblood. The Australian Nut is a milk chocolate. They both have a place but there is definitely overlap. Very happy to send samples of these or any other colours!Charlie
As Justin says Burgundy seems to be a good match for #8, at least so lots of people have said so over the years. very happy to send samples though of course.On another subject, the 15% discount we have on the West End ends at midnight tomorrow, get it while you can :-)Charlie
Hello everyone, Dawn here! I've been busy adding belts to our Clearance Section and have more to go on today, some great bargains to be had! I'm also finalising the last order dates ready for the Christmas rush, they'll be posted here as well as emailed out, but one final date that is fixed is the following: Midnight Friday November 14th - Lined & Raised Belts, Wallets, Watch Straps & Key Fobs. Dawn
A +1 to the above - Simon is a good guy and will make you a proper caseCharlie
Just a brief update on the above - hardware upgrades done last night and appear to have sorted and made the site in general a bit snappier, but of course if anyone has any issues we'd love to hear about them :-) Back to making L&Rs - leather is more tractable than web servers!Charlie
Hi All,Have identified the problem I think. We have had a backup job running at 1 am our time that pegged the database server cpu completely for a couple of hours per night that we hadn't picked up on. After a hardware upgrade I think all should be sorted but we'll keep an eye on itCharlie
Hi MSI use a couple of sterling buckles myself from the original run from maybe 2 1/2 years ago and they don't need any more maintenance than a brass or nickel buckle really. We treat them with Renaissance Wax the same as all our buckles before they leave us to give some initial tarnish protection and we include a silver cleaning cloth with each one that work amazingly well. The hardness is also pretty similar to brass. Of course like any metal they can get scratches and...
:-) Thanks, glad you like it!
More new things on the website! As Ive mentioned in passing a couple of times we've been doing a lot of work to get our Sterling Silver production back on line. Its taken a long time, partially because we're always so busy development can get left to one side but more than anything because we've found it so hard to find a firm to work with for the casting who really gets the idea of quality. Thankfully we seem to have solved that so heres the first of the belts back in...
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