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post #1636 of 1639
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Hi Guys,

Couple of new introductions to to the website. Both of these are part of a collection we're creating using Parisian buckles.

First up the Mornington, a cousin to the Aspley and the Stratfield. This is a really nice, beautifully finished rectangular double sided buckle that curves gently around the waist and is designed to sit very flat and smooth against the leather but is a really smart rectangular shape from the front so really good formal buckle. Its available in 30 and 35mm (approx 1 1/8" and 1 3/8") in solid Brass and Palladium plated brass if you prefer a white buckle. The belt shown is in Burgundy with Soil Lin Cable hand stitching

http://www.equusleather.co.uk/belts/all-our-belts/mornington-bridle-leather-belt.html





Next up is the Serpentine. This ones for fun rather than work! I really like the design, nice to have something different. The belt shown is in British Racing Green with Yellow Lin Cable, great paring with a brass buckle Ive always thought.

http://www.equusleather.co.uk/belts/all-our-belts/serpentine-bridle-leather-belt.html




Charlie
post #1637 of 1639
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Hi Guys,

Few more photos! Im having a January campaign to take lots of photos!

First up a 35mm Australian Nut Aspley in Palladium. We don't have enough photos of the buckles in a Palladium finish, its a lovely way of getting a classic deep white finish to a buckle and the fact its achieved with a Platinum group metal is rather satisfying.



http://www.equusleather.co.uk/belts/equus-parisian-collection/aspley-bridle-leather-belt.html



Next up the a 30mm Stratfield in Solid Brass with a black strap fitted. We're expecting the 35mm version any day now, quite a lot are pre sold so shout if you want one! I plan to try and take lots of photos of the various combinations of buckle and strap colour given interchangeability is a key part of the design.



http://www.equusleather.co.uk/belts/equus-belt-kits.html

Charlie
post #1638 of 1639
Hi Charlie,

Do you have any pictures of the RHD deployant in action?

I'm looking for a new strap for a Speedmaster, but figure that a deployant might make your work last longer than a conventional buckle.

Am I thinking along the right track?
(Black Sedgwick, natural stitching to mirror the OEM strap, but better smile.gif
post #1639 of 1639
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Originally Posted by Dave13 View Post

Hi Charlie,

Do you have any pictures of the RHD deployant in action?

I'm looking for a new strap for a Speedmaster, but figure that a deployant might make your work last longer than a conventional buckle.

Am I thinking along the right track?
(Black Sedgwick, natural stitching to mirror the OEM strap, but better smile.gif

Hi Dave,

I do!

This is a custom Barenia strap with a 20mm satin finish RHD attached. Its a one hole only strap. You're completely right in your thinking, they really help protect both the strap and its edges from wear, Im a big fan and all of my own watch straps use them.



Hope that helps!

Charlie
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