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Cool, that would certainly be a nice addition to the collection! I haven’t seen the email yet but Dawn and I are on holiday this week so I’ll see it shortly. Look out for a replyI am hoping to add a music case to my collection. Hopefully, you've received my email. Thank you.
Thanks for posting that! Once again, isnt it looking good! I think this has a Baranil outer? I love the way the grain flattens and burnishes as its usedFollowing the trend, I also want to share images and a small anecdote of my beloved Lloyd Card Case.
It is now ~4 years old and has aged beautifully. Within those 4 years, there were several occasions where I thought I had lost it. In those situations it has never been the lost money or the hassle of applying for new cards that I worried about, but rather the Card Case itself. It has aged so gracefully and became so personal that it now feels like a faithful companion.
May it accompany me for another x years.
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And here is mine at 10 years
Thank you very much for the lovely write up! As ever we're pleased to help and especially pleased to see and maintain our older stuff. I dont shout about sustainability a lot, but this is how sustainability should be done in my view - make good stuff that lasts for years and then maintain it so it lasts even longer. Very satisfyingI just received a wonderful package from Equus and wanted to post here to thank them for the fine work. A few months ago my daughter got a puppy and we ordered a lead and collar for her as a gift. The collar was a little large so the puppy could grow into it, but that meant the tail was a bit long and Dawn suggested that I send it back so they could add an extra keeper. Before I could, the puppy managed to find the end and, as puppies do, chew through it. Fortunately, it was just the end that was eaten so I sent it back for repair. Here it is today with the end cleaned up and an extra keeper installed. View attachment 1662285 if you know what to look for, you can see what was done to the tip, but it looks great.
Since I was sending the collar back, I also sent along the first two belts I had ordered back in 2011. The pandemic had accelerated the weight loss I had been experiencing over the past few years and the belts were loose, even at the tightest setting. So Charlie and Dawn added a new hole and extra keepers to deal with the now longer tail. They also conditioned the belts and repaired the frayed stitching. Here is someone else's six year old Russet, recently posted.
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The Russet belt was originally close to a pale cream color, but that was 11 years ago. You can get a sense of the change by looking at the added keeper, but I suspect that is actually London Tan which, while a lighter shade, is closer to where the belt is now but a ways from the original Russet. Similar work was done on the Australian Nut belt but no need for photos.