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Thank you for the kind words!As always,the Equus leather creations are fabulous. Only thing that would make this briefcase nicer is a dark green or red sliver lining. But But it's a beautiful briefcase and makes such an incredible statement,compared with businessmen carrying nylon backpacks or cheap china manufactured briefcases. I hope companies like Equus,Pickett,Swaine Adeney and Ettinger can continue on making classic,traditional products made in the Uk
Thank you for the kind words!Equus Leather work is so beautiful. I;m starting saving up already. That 600 pound increase at the price of the Equus briefcase hurt a bit, but it's ok.
Thank you for the explanation. No harm intended from my side. I adore your work and i am already saving up to get a briefcase from you very soon!Thank you for the kind words!
We’re in the midst of putting prices up across the site at the moment, we havent had a price rise for about 4 years now, and all our inputs have gone up repeatedly with Brexit, Covid and all that good stuff so unfortunately the time has come we need to adjust the prices a bit. The briefcase was the same price we launched it at, and what we always do when we launch a new product is tinker, a lot. We never launch something till we're happy with it, but when we think we can do somthing a tiny bit better we always incorporate the tweaks in to the design, so I'm comfortable that the briefcases we're producing now are worth the price rise vs the design we launched with. For eg, recently we've swapped the reinforcement stay underneath the handle from steel to carbon fibre to save a little weight, gain some rigidity and have a material that will never under any circumstances deteriorate or mark the leather. The steel plate was fine, and neither one will ever be seen by you as a customer as they're under a leather cover, but it makes the case that little bit better. Ive always takers the attitude that the sum of all the tiny details is the case itself, so we try to get everything as spot on as we can
Hope that makes sense! I dont like prise rises, but sometimes you have too..
Thank you for the explanation. No harm intended from my side. I adore your work and i am already saving up to get a briefcase from you very soon!
Looks great! Hope it will make it to production!Morning all,
Heres another one I havent posted as yet. Im stretch the definition of briefcase a little as it hasn't a handle, but we're working on smaller and lighter briefcase designs at the moment and this one is part of that family, so underarm folio with briefcase DNA!
Bakers oak bark tanned bridle leather in London Tan as usual for our prototypes..
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