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  • Homepage | Leather Artisan
    specialist instructor course at the leather faculty college in Budapest and continued my studies to become a journey woman working under the experience of master leather craftsmen Read More Links Kardos Carpentry Joinery www kardosjoinery co uk The Leather Museum www walsall gov uk leathermuseum Leather craft Materials www craft fair co uk International Internet Leathercrafters Guild www iilg net www retro herouk com We ve Gone LIVE September 7

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherartisan.co.uk/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Traditional | Leather Artisan
    co uk The Leather Museum www walsall gov uk leathermuseum Leather craft Materials www craft fair co uk International Internet Leathercrafters Guild www iilg net www retro herouk com We ve Gone LIVE October 17 2013 Name E mail 9

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherartisan.co.uk/traditional/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Contemporary | Leather Artisan
    kardosjoinery co uk The Leather Museum www walsall gov uk leathermuseum Leather craft Materials www craft fair co uk International Internet Leathercrafters Guild www iilg net www retro herouk com We ve Gone LIVE September 7 2012 Name E mail

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherartisan.co.uk/contempary/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Zsuzsa Kardos - Leather Artisan
    I try to master the way of looking at things and perform the technical skills of older periods which have been handed down to me I create objects to be used in the world today but in the spirit of the old craftsman and his traditional skills I work mostly with vegetable tanned leather because I can create my items with a big variety of processes including embossing carving hand dyeing All my work is hand stitched no machines are used I still use the traditional technique of punching and double stitching saddle stitching These objects bring back the forms of the older times with a modern approach therefore creating unique pieces of leather work My ethos is to create objects for this world but imbued with the spirit of the old craftsmen and made using traditional skills I moved to Wales in 2006 as I married a Master Woodworker Tim Wade He built me a wooden studio for my work I am inspired by my Husband the Nature and the Celtic History My Work Glasses case Made from black Oil Cow hide with leather stitching decoration Pen Pencil Case Pen and Pencil Cases Black Hand stitched underlay with hairy hide Brown Vegetable tanned with embossed decoration with leather lace stitching Celtic Patterned Belt This is a hand made belt with a Celtic pattern The decoration made a traditional embossed technique then coloured with vegetable leather paint The belt is lined which gives extra strength and stop it stretching It is hand stitched in a traditional way Wallet with Elephant It made from vegetable tanned cow hide leather The Elephant decoration is made with embossing technique Hand dyed with French hand stitched edging The wallet opens to hold bank cards leaflets paper money and a small pan in the middle

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherartisan.co.uk/leather-artisan/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Contact | Leather Artisan
    Vegetable tanned with embossed decoration with leather lace stitching Celtic Patterned Belt This is a hand made belt with a Celtic pattern The decoration made a traditional embossed technique then coloured with vegetable leather paint The belt is lined which gives extra strength and stop it stretching It is hand stitched in a traditional way Wallet with Elephant It made from vegetable tanned cow hide leather The Elephant decoration is made with embossing technique Hand dyed with French hand stitched edging The wallet opens to hold bank cards leaflets paper money and a small pan in the middle The extra leather strap gives security to the wallet by attaching it to your trouser belt Flower Pouch Flower Pouch This Flower Pouch is my favourite object I use it as my signature pouch It s made from vegetable tanned cow hide When I have been to studying purses and pouches in the museums I found a similar form of pouch like this Traditionally it was used to store for tobacco this pouch can be Stitched Belt A hand stitched and decorated belt with a plaited decoration through the centre and stamped edging design My contact details ZSUZSANNA WADE KARDOS GOROF MELYN

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherartisan.co.uk/contact/ (2016-04-30)
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  • We've Gone LIVE! | Leather Artisan
    Contact We ve Gone LIVE Post 1 of 1 October 18 2013 carl Uncategorized We are now live Live Live Tweet Copyright 2013 All Rights Reserved Leather Artisan Menu 10006

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherartisan.co.uk/weve-gone-live/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Haiwatha’s Pouch | Leather Artisan
    occasions made from fine goat skin The decoration is made from raw hide goat skin the pattern represents peace and harmony The bag is hand stitched fastened with a draw cord made from braided leather Measurement Length 17cm Width 4

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherartisan.co.uk/dt_portfolio/leather-bag/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Horseshoe Shoulder Bag | Leather Artisan
    want to use any buckles to close the bag I wanted to work it all with leather for this reason I made leather button and a leather hook for this function I used the traditional saddle stitching technique hand stitching with two needles to join the pieces of leather together The edges are finished with French hand stitching The Pattern design is inspired by the Nature This is a hand

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherartisan.co.uk/dt_portfolio/leather-bag-hair-detail/ (2016-04-30)
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