Leatherwork in the Highlands

by Lewis Heath  - March 13, 2019

Some years ago, early in the development of anOrdain, I spent a week in the Highlands learning about leatherwork from Master Saddler, Gary Reavell. We returned to the Highlands recently and caught up with Gary in his workshop, where he is now working on some leather straps and carry cases for anOrdain:

 

You can buy our new range of handmade carry cases here or if you're interested in a strap, please get in touch and we'll discuss measurements and specifications.





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