- Handmade leather goods
- For your dog, horse & you
- Leather dog collars & leads
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- UK made using the finest English leather
- Traditional Cordwainer craftsman
Oakside Saddlery - Traditional Handmade Dog Collars, Leads, Camera Straps, Leather Belts, and Rifle Slings
All leather goods from Oakside Saddlery are painstakingly made by hand. The leather is cut and prepared by hand using the traditional skills of a Cordwainer Craftsman. All Stitching is carried out by hand using the time-honoured skills of the classical saddler.
Designed to last! Solid Brass, Stainless Steel, and Nickel fittings, waxed linen thread, and top grade English full grain bridle leather, all go towards ensuring that your leather goods are long-lasting, durable, and above all, dependable.
Each leather item that I make is unique. No piece of the leather is the same. The scratches, scars, and other marks from the cow all go in to making your leather item individual to you.
Your handmade leather item is made to order for a bespoke service rarely seen nowadays. Size, Colour, and stitching are all specified by you. Slight variations in the design, thread, cut, and leather all go towards making that one-of-a-kind original.
Leather Colours - from left; Australian Nut, Black, Burgundy, Chocolate, Conker, Dark Havana, Dark Green, Hazel, Light Havana, London Tan, Navy Blue, Oak Brown, Old Oak, Red.
Dog collars & leads
Handmade Leather Dog Collars and Leads. Made to order for that personal touch. Handmade from the strongest and best English Bridle leather from JE Sedgwick & Co. Made to measure and stitched by hand.
I make a large variety of leather dog collars and leads to suit all breeds of dog. Large or Small. Terrier to Mastiff.
Made bespoke with delivery times between 4-8 weeks.
Sedgwick & Co
I have just started using J & E Sedgwick & Co leather. They have been around since 1900 and are world renown for being one of the leading leather suppliers. Sedgwick have always prided themselves on their consistently high quality of the finished leather. They put this down to the expert curriers who finish the leather by hand. To help achieve this in the future they have an in-house training scheme for new apprentices.