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Equestrian life Magazine 'Mothers Day Gift Guide'

Posted by Mark Flanigan on


Last minute Mothers day Gift Guide from Equestrian Life magazine. Featured: Our beautiful Tote, Silk Auburn. Guaranteed to compliment an array of outfits! 

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Canine Hydrotherapy | The holistic approach

Posted by Harriet Boyes on


Today I visited a wonderful hydrotherapy Centre with the lovely Bailey ( our first time - pictures below). I've always known about hydrotherapy and the benefits it can bring to our dogs. However, my version of hydrotherapy is taking my dogs to the nearest marina and running along side them, up and down the pontoon holding a stick, whilst receiving funny looks from fellow dog walkers! What? it worked.. But since the revelation of having such a fantastic facility on my doorstep, well, no more cold murky waters for my pooches!    It was truly fascinating to attend a session with Nicola today, to really acquire a better understanding of why canine hydrotherapy is good and the difference it can make to our dogs, both physically and mentally. Hydrotherapy can...

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How colour is developed in our leather products

Posted by Craig Baldwin on


This is called the tanning process! The leather that your bag is made from has been tanned. No - not at a tanning studio!! Tanning converts animal skin to leather. In 1858 mineral tanning was developed. This makes chrome tanned leather thinner, softer and more flexible than vegetable tanned leather – the heavy stuff - mostly used for Equestrian products, bridles, saddles, harness and much more of your everyday leather products! It also allows the skins to be dyed into a huge range of colours making them preferable for clothing, bags, shoes, gloves, furniture and many more items. Today 90% of skins are chrome tanned. Your handbag/accessories will last many years, just remember to feed it every so often!

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Why ‘Harris Tweed’

Posted by Harriet Boyes on


  As you can probably tell, there is a clear pattern when it comes to sourcing our materials. Harris Tweed, or Clo Mor (The Big Cloth) is the only fabric in the world governed by its own Act of Parliament. From start to finish the cloth is in the hands of skilled and experienced artisans who oversee every stage of production utilising generations of knowledge to produce a product worthy of the name Harris Tweed. Furthermore a 1993 Act of Parliament underpins the unique status of Harris Tweed and decrees that genuine Harris Tweed must be made from pure virgin wool which has been dyed and spun on the islands and handwoven at the home of the weaver in the...

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