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Lost focus for one moment and I lost the charity auction by $1...

I will still be placing the orders for some west end belt though, after I received the leather swatches smile.gif
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Originally Posted by teoky View Post

Lost focus for one moment and I lost the charity auction by $1...

I will still be placing the orders for some west end belt though, after I received the leather swatches smile.gif

You lost by quite a bit more than $1 bigstar[1].gif
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You lost by quite a bit more than $1 bigstar[1].gif

My bid is $70, and lost to the winning bid of $71. Did you win the charity? I'm sad that I lost but congrats to you if you won smile.gif
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Just ordered my first belt: Oxford Tan with the Damascus buckle.
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My bid is $70, and lost to the winning bid of $71. Did you win the charity? I'm sad that I lost but congrats to you if you won smile.gif

Thanks to all participants! Great we were all collectively able to contribute to this :-)

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Just ordered my first belt: Oxford Tan with the Damascus buckle.

Great first belt :-) The damascus buckles are amazing things, the guy thats making them for us is doing a great job!

Charlie
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Morning all (UK time!)

A slightly random, but hopefully interesting, question!

Our products are now in over 60 countries, spanning 5 continents......Antarctica is the troublesome one!

Is anyone planning a trip to the South Pole soon?!?

Seriously though, Charlie and I looked at the map below and are incredibly proud that so many people across the world are enjoying our things. The internet truly does make the world a smaller place!

Dawn

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We've just sent out a mailshot with some great promotions....

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We've just sent out a mailshot with some great promotions....

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I have 10 equus belts (I may have a bit of a problem, and the aspley is far and away one of the most interesting buckles. It's also contoured which makes it extremely comfortable as well as being unique compared to the other buckles around the office. Highly recommend it to anyone.

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I have 10 equus belts (I may have a bit of a problem, and the aspley is far and away one of the most interesting buckles. It's also contoured which makes it extremely comfortable as well as being unique compared to the other buckles around the office. Highly recommend it to anyone.

10 belts is not a problem.  I have over 60 belts, and just ordered another one (1.25" rentetsu) from Charlie and Dawn.  When the zombie apocalyse comes, I'll not have to worry about my pants falling down.  And I'll sew a bunch of the bridle leather one's together to make some pretty awesome leather armor.

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10 belts is not a problem.  I have over 60 belts, and just ordered another one (1.25" rentetsu) from Charlie and Dawn.  When the zombie apocalyse comes, I'll not have to worry about my pants falling down.  And I'll sew a bunch of the bridle leather one's together to make some pretty awesome leather armor.

Hah. I'd say my equus belts are nearly half my collection.  Lately they have been getting more interesting. I had the Damascus made into a black L&R with royal blue threading and a midnight blue with a rose gold plated mayfair.

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Hah. I'd say my equus belts are nearly half my collection.  Lately they have been getting more interesting. I had the Damascus made into a black L&R with royal blue threading and a midnight blue with a rose gold plated mayfair.

Once you pass the basics, so... about 5 belts or so in, you start to look for things that are genuinely interesting.  I mean, quality, sure, but at the end of the day, a navy blue worsted suit is a navy blue worsted suit.  I am always on the lookout for interesting buckles and interesting treated leathers.

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I have 10 equus belts (I may have a bit of a problem, and the aspley is far and away one of the most interesting buckles. It's also contoured which makes it extremely comfortable as well as being unique compared to the other buckles around the office. Highly recommend it to anyone.

Glad you like it :-) It is a rather lovely thing for exactly those reasons, and quite a different than our other buckles. Hard to photograph, but this illustrates quite well



Charlie
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