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skalpel

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  1. Thank you for answer, but this is real Sedgwick I bought this leather by Abbey England. Should I complaint this leather?
  2. Thank you very much, for yours words but I'm only a beginner
  3. Hello my friends. After 15 min walk in rain my bridle leather briefcase made from Sedgwick bridle leather looks very bad. I would like to ask, this is normal or not? after 24 hours: Thank you for reply.
  4. nothing special... This design is very old, was created before the WWII
  5. Thank you very much! I worked on that briefcase about 1 month but I work only few hours per night, because I have a full time job as a administrative worker in Hospital :D
  6. Thank you very much for your words. Yes, I skived this leather by edges. After I took the pictures I made another two extra holes in the straps. I bought this leather by www.aacrack.co.uk Very good contact and realy fast shipment. Ps. I'm realy sorry for my English language.... :/
  7. Hello my friends! I present you the briefcase that i finished last week. In this project I use 2,0-2,2 mm Italian veg tan leather, 432 brown fil au chinois lin cable, YKK zipper, solid brass hardware, the rivets are made from brass also. 7 SPI.
  8. I don't know I sent these pices to a big leather company and they split it for me.
  9. Thank you very much for your words! It's the same leather but i split it to 1,5-1,8mm
  10. Hello everyone. I made this briefcase at last week. 3,5mm Sedgwicks bridle leather (shoulder) in australian nut. Fill au chinois 432. Solid brass hardware. few other pics
  11. Yes I do that. In my opinion it is very important. Otherwise leather could tear at this place. I don't use them I use a overstitch wheel in size circa 6 spi. Very thanks for this information. I will use them in the next project This is how look this briefcase after one year of use.
  12. Thank you very much for your compliments. This is the price of the tannery, of the whole double bend, not for square meter. without shipping cost (+10 euro). I thought it was not a big price when I look of the prices of Sedgwick's leathers. I bought now one Sedgwick shoulder (10 sq ft) by Abbey England and included the shipping cost (30 GBP) and taxes (20% VAT) i paid 164 euro.... :/
  13. By this projeckt I use leather from bend. One double bend in nature color this is a cost circa 150-170 euro in the first class quality.
  14. Hello dear friends! My name is Darek an i'm an autodidact leatherworker from Poland. I want to introduce You a briefcase I made one year ago. This briefcase is made from 2,8mm hand dyed, veg tan polish leather. The interior is lined with italian goat suede in racing green color. Hardware are solid brass made. All is 100% hand stitched with 1mm thread. I hope you like it. I am open for any critique from Your side. Ps. Sorry for my English language another pics...
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