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post #421 of 1556
Is it possible to get The Winchester Quick Release belt in a silver finish?
post #422 of 1556
Yeah, it's hard to get rich when you're making labor-intensive goods from quality materials and not overcharging; but I'd take a good trade over being rich any day.

Thanks again for all the hard work, a Havana west end will be ordered as soon as I hit 180ish smile.gif
post #423 of 1556
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Originally Posted by Equus Leather View Post

No plans for wallets or very small leather goods - we hand stitch literally everything, without exeption, so somthing like a wallet becomes very time consuming and thus expensive because theres so much stitching in a good example. I am slowly planning a flapover, simple unlined traditional briefcase though. The design is in my head rather than a reality and we're busy enough time for completely new stuff is difficult to find, I will get it done eventually though and will post development photos when I have any..

Charlie

I will have to second the wallet interest and I'm guessing that I would probably be willing to pay the premium if the wallet could handle the abuse. Unfortunately my shoes eat renovateur, and my pockets eat wallets frown.gif
post #424 of 1556
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

Is it possible to get The Winchester Quick Release belt in a silver finish?

We can make the Winchester with a nickel plated brass buckle if you like? We don't offer it on the website as I don't really like plated buckles, they will eventually wear. That said its a good looking buckle in silver and I have a few to hand so not a problem if you'd like one

Charlie
post #425 of 1556
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?....but I'd take a good trade over being rich any day...

^exactly this, good sentiment..
post #426 of 1556
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Originally Posted by JonChops View Post

I will have to second the wallet interest and I'm guessing that I would probably be willing to pay the premium if the wallet could handle the abuse. Unfortunately my shoes eat renovateur, and my pockets eat wallets frown.gif

I'll certainly keep the forum updated if we do anything wallet like. It's not our aim at the moment, the only reason that might change is my wallet is completely knackered and SAB have stopped making the Farmers Wallet which is what I want to replace it with so I may have to make one! There seem to be some quite nice Japaneese handmade wallets I've seen that are very heavy duty and made using nice probably English leather that might do the job for you though?

Charlie
post #427 of 1556
Link to the wallets? I think I would buy a bridle leather billfold if you made it. nod[1].gif
post #428 of 1556
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Link to the wallets? I think I would buy a bridle leather billfold if you made it. nod[1].gif

Annoyingly I can't remember wher I saw the ones I'm thinking of. I'll put my thinking cap on and see if I can remember who made them..
post #429 of 1556
Thanks, I hope you remember. And meanwhile please consider making wallets! Please? smile.gif
post #430 of 1556
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Thanks, I hope you remember. And meanwhile please consider making wallets! Please? smile.gif

I'd like to add in a vote for wallets!
post #431 of 1556

Mark another vote for wallet interest!

post #432 of 1556
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys. I'll certainly keep the votes in mind, don't hold your breaths too tightly though!
post #433 of 1556
Charlie, I've written so before, but your latest examples demand a re-run: you have the most wonderful belts I've seen. The stitching on that military belt on another level entirely. What is lacking, though, is more leather options. Croc and 'gator, kangaroo, grain, suede and so on.
post #434 of 1556
How about o-ring or d-ring belts? I reckon they wouldn't be ideal for bridle, but if you expanded into suede...
post #435 of 1556
I would be interested in Double "o" ring belts in a variety of colors and suede.

By the way, your belts are beautiful. Delicious colors! I plan to order two very soon. One for myself and one for my son.
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