Handmade leather bags and accessories

Lewes, England | 12 Sales


Handmade leather bags and accessories

Lewes, England 12 Sales On Etsy since 2013

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Sharon Reid

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Sharon Reid


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Shop policies

Last updated on 20 May, 2013
Welcome, we hope you enjoy your visit to our shop and like our collection of leather items.

All designs are made created by us and every step of the production process is by hand using traditional tools and techniques. This takes time but the end product is something that will be extremely strong and hard wearing and will give you many years of use and pleasure.

Our aim is to source all of our materials from UK/US suppliers and support other small enterprises in their endeavours to produce high quality, beautiful and long lasting products.

Please feel free to drop us a line if you require more information on the products we are currently making or if you would like us to produce a bespoke item based on your specific needs.

Accepted payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Paypal
Returns and exchanges
If the item is flawed upon delivery we will happily replace it. Please make contact as soon as possible.
Payments must be made in full through PayPal before an item is shipped
Small items are made and dispatched within three working days. Large bags that are in stock will also be dispatched within 7 working days, however new bags may take up to two weeks to make, depending on the workload at the studio.

We dispatch worldwide by registered mail and charges are based on weight and listed on each product page.
Additional policies and FAQs
Leather Care Guidance

Simple use of your leather item will keep it supple, however, if your item does get dry you can apply a good quality conditioning saddle soap to preserve the overall life of your leather item. You can also maintain the look of your leather by applying a protective creme such as Carnauba Creme. Avoid excessive exposure to heat and moisture. If your item does get wet, allow it to dry naturally - do not apply direct heat as this may damage the leather.