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  1. We have an entire studio/workshop of beautiful custom made leather, high end hardware sourced from Buckle Guy and lots of tools and supplies. We made handcrafted leather and waxed canvas bags and accessories and built a brand that people loved. We are located in Fresno, California. We closed up shop a couple years ago and we still have tons of raw materials. We have kept it all in our insulated and temperature controlled garage for the last couple years. I have been trying to sell everything, and I’ve had some success at selling some stuff but there is still so much left. I need it gone! I don’t want to keep paying to store it and I’m willing to let it go to whoever makes me the best offer. I can’t bear the thought of tossing it all in the trash. We have $22,000 in leather, $6,000 waxed canvas, $5,000 hardware, $5,000 tools, machines and studio supplies. I would love to get $15,000 for ALL of it but I am open to all offers! I built a website to show everything that we have available https://www.leatherandcanvasbusinessforsale.com/ Please reach out with any questions.
  2. I originally started the broholmer collar project out here on the ship. I had some leather but I didn't have any hardware. So I did what any other seafaring leatherworking engineer would do - I set out to make some hardware from scratch. I found some 4 mm brass plate (5/32") and made some strips using a hacksaw. The strips were about 6.3 mm wide (1/4"). The D-ring was made by heating the brass and bending it around a pipe to give it an inner width of 1". One of the ends were heated and bent at a right angle. A hacksaw and a bit of filing gave it a good fit, and I could gently tap it flat and silver solder the parts together. Cleaning up with a file and sanding with some emery cloth made it look nice. The buckle was made by starting to heat and bend the ends at a right angle. Then the middle was heated and bent over a pipe to form a round front. The two bent pieces were maneuvered to lie on top of each other to form the bar. A hacksaw cut of the bar in the middle, and it was silver soldered together. Now it looked just like a long D-ring. the middle of the bar was filed round to accommodate the prong and the rest of the buckle had its sides rounded slightly to look and feel nice. The prong was rounded and shaped roughly. The end that would go around the bar was heated and bent around a screwdriver that had a matching thickness, so the back of the prong now had a hook shape. This was placed on the rounded piece of the bar and I used a pliers to tighten the hook shape around the bar so the it could not fall off. The end of the prong was adjusted to have a pleasing overhang and the completed buckle was cleaned up using emery cloth. It took me about two and a half hours to complete the D-ring and the buckle, so financially it isn't questionable to make hardware like this yourself, but there a no hardware shops on the ocean, and doing a bit of metalwork helps to keep the mind and body occupied :-) Plus I feels kind of good to make stuff from scratch every once in a while. Brass plate. Two strips sawed off. Silver soldered the D-ring. The body of the buckle bent over a pipe. The pieces forming the bar still needs a bit of adjustment. Silver soldering the bar of the buckle. Finished D-ring. Finished buckle. Buckle from the underside.
  3. Hello there, I am getting into leather working and I'm focusing on workout equipment. I have been doing well so far, but I can't seem to find a 4" square loop for weightlifting belts. Anybody know a good place to buy them?
  4. Hi folks! Does anybody know where to find hardware for making gags, like ball gags, ring gags, spiders, etc.? Ohio Travel Bag has a few silicone balls and a pony bit but I'm trying to find a wider selection. TIA!
  5. I have purchased tools here over the years, Cowboy Bob was the first one I found. Then I found the Leather Tool Maker, then Rocky Aussie and his thin needle plate. There is also Patrick1 that I’m still trying to get off the pot so I can purchase from him. I have been on here for about 12 years and it took a long time to find guys that make Shhtuff! Now here is where y’all come in! I’m looking to make a list outside of supplies. I’m looking for guys like Rocky Aussie or the Leather Tool Maker that have the skill, know how, and the machines to make those thin needle plates or the burnishers that we all could use. If you know a tool maker or builder list em here, I don’t care where on earth you are placed, there are people looking for y’all! Start leaving names and contact info and what they do. I’m in the USA but a list will help make your product global, I tend to stay away from China, it’s a personal reason! Am I gonna get censored???
  6. I have over $10k wholesale of hardware that I need to get rid of hoping to get $2k USD for the lot. You would have to pick up near Portland, Oregon as shipping would not be cost effective.
  7. Just a heads up I have a few Large Lots of hardware for sale in a few different Bay auctions. Below are the links: Solid Brass rivets ( 17 pounds worth!! ) - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807307824 Bag Hardware - Slides, clips, squares and spikes: https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807478499 Stainless Steel belt / strap loops - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807382550 Large Belt Buckles for straps / belts. Lot of 50 ! - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807550261 Solid Brass Belt buckles lot of 50 - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807560899 Line 20 snaps and parts extremely large lot - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807643227 Line 24 Snaps and parts Massive collection - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807656974 Split rings of various sizes mostly stainless steel: https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807673280 Various collection of chains for use on bags, wallets etc - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807694264 Stainless steel links, possible use in keychains 35 total - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807704433 Hermes Collectors item Book - La Beaute en Voyage Rare item out of print - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807718152 Shiny Nickel Padlocks for various uses - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807497282 Stainless Steel Pony Chain Swivels Lot of 12 - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255807358982 CS Osborne Draw Gauge plus Extra blade - https://www.ebay.com/itm/255803922372 Thanks!
  8. Hello everyone, I’m in need of good quality tubular rivets. We make heavy duty belts and use Chicago screws as the main joint to attach the buckle. I was thinking to simplify the process. Now I have to screw the screws and also glue them to be sure they don’t come off. Now I’m testing tubular rivets, Buckleguy has them, I like them quality wise. But the head of the rivet (5/16) is too small and looks somewhat too small compare to the feel and appearance of the belts. Do you have any tips for bigger rivets? Couldn’t find on Weaver. Only on Tandy - 11 mm, but I’m looking for solid brass and nickel plate finishes. Thank you for reading
  9. Looking for sources for quality stainless and brass hardware. Weaver doesn't have what I need, nor does Tandy, and I'm not sure about their quality. Seems like most of the time when I order from another supplier I get el cheapo lightweight stuff I can't use. You folks have other quality suppliers? Today I need 3/4" brass cart buckles. Weaver's brass #132 buckles are short and stubby, don't match the stainless in size and don't work well with thicker leather. Thanks.
  10. Anyone looking for high quality brass buckles (for leather belts), small buckles for watch straps, saddlery items and customized hardware in a variety of finishes? Get in touch with Global Metal Company, a reliable manufacturer of bronze and brass hardware, which accepts small production runs and customized orders for items.
  11. Anyone looking for high quality brass buckles (for leather belts), small buckles for watch straps, saddlery items and customized hardware in a variety of finishes? Get in touch with Global Metal Company, a reliable manufacturer of bronze and brass hardware, which accepts small production runs and customized orders for items.
  12. which hardware material to buy if i dont want my metal straps or chains or d rings to change their color.... should i go for brass (i heard it develops patina n looks difgerent wz time) or plated. if so which king of coat, and what are the chances that it will change color... i want to make a soiree/ night bag of chrome tanned leather with a golden chain and straps.. thanks
  13. We bought a building which used to be a leather working shop. The hardware, equipment, hides, everything was part of the deal .....soooooooooo, we are selling it! There are literally thousands upon thousands of pieces. Here is a link to the first 150 photos put up. We will have an actual itemized list in the next couple of days. https://photos.app.goo.gl/6AQnKmtRNPHeQ2V89 Here is the listing in .pdf format.... thanks for looking. Leatherworker Hardware list.pdf
  14. After extensive digging through all I can find online, I'm at a loss as to what McClellan I've ended up with. As a live-long over of these saddles, I finally found one at an auction. It's in great shape, but does not appear to be a reproduction--but I can't be sure about this and am looking for more info. Some features look like the artillery one and some look like the pack style, but it's not a mule model from what I see/can compare to others on the web. Saddle has: double rigging, quarter straps are not attached by use of the halter square, stirrup hangers are brass or maybe copper--not iron, rigging rings have leather heart-shaped safes with real wool padding, but no fleece anywhere else on the saddle and it's clear that's the way it always was--it's NOT that the sheepskin is damaged or missing. No saddle horn. Lower rigging/girth is gone and replaced by modern latigo. Blanket straps have brass pieces to prevent them from detaching from saddle--all look original but one. It's marked as 12" and does fit me (smaller female) and it does fit me. I can't imagine it fitting any modern sized male. There are no maker marks anywhere that I can see. Note pics on the cantle end of tree, where I put arrows--are these quick connects for saddlebags? I do not know the name of this hardware and I don't see it on any other saddles anywhere. What is this hardware piece called? Any help on identifying this saddle? Amanda, in WV
  15. Over 120+ packages of hardware (approx 7600 pieces) all from Tandy. Rings, snaps, rivets, buckles eyelets, etc. Easily over $1400 in value if bought from tandy (not including their outrageous shipping costs). Buy it all for $800 or pick and choose your pieces. Buyer to pay actual shipping costs from 08023 See the list below. I have a ton more pictures but have limited space here. Let me know if you want to see more. Description Number of Pieces in pkg Number of pkgs Tandy Price My Sale Price Sterling Silver Ladies buckle Set from Wyatt Silver 3 1 Make offer Sterling silver Mens buckle from Wyatt Silver 1 1 Make offer Oval Brass Purse Closures 3 1 $11.97 $10.00 Brass ring purse closures 3 1 $11.97 $10.00 Antique Brass fold over purse closures 3 1 $11.97 $10.00 Magnetic brass bag closures 3 1 $7.17 $5.00 Large bag of mixed buckles (5/8"-1 1/4") 102 1 $102.00 $75.00 2" silver roller buckles 24 1 $48.00 $35.00 Brass belt buckles 9 1 $18.00 $12.00 silver and brass 1 3/4" buckles 8 1 $12.00 2 1/2" silver rings 15 1 $12.00 $8.00 Silver/Brass 1 3/8" steel rings 50 1 $24.50 $17.00 mixed split rings 62 1 $12.00 $5.00 3" silver/brass steel rings 17 1 $51.00 $40.00 1 1/4" - 1 1/2" D rings silver/brass 90 1 $112.50 $75.00 2 1/4" silver D-rings 9 1 $36.00 $30.00 1/2" - 1" silver/brass D-rings 268 1 $372.52 $100.00 3/4" - 2 7/8" buckles silver/brass 72 1 $72.00 $50.00 mixed bag of Tandy hardware 60 1 $35.00 mixed metal belt keepers 124 1 $110.36 $75.00 Tandy Line 24 snaps and tools 1 1 $10.00 $5.00 Tandy 3/16" Eyelets and tools 1 3 $7.00 $4.00 Large bag of mixed spots 1 1 $10.00 1 3/4" antique brass belt buckle 1 1 $5.00 Large bag of 7/16" tubular rivets 200 1 $12.00 $7.00 Tandy Line 24 Solid Brass snaps 100 3 $64.95 $40.00 Huge bag of large silver spots 200+ 1 $10.00 Huge bag of medium silver spots 200+ 1 $9.00 Tandy Large Flower Double Cap Rivets 100 1 $7.00 $4.00 Large bag of small silver spots 100+ 2 $5.00 Tandy Antique brass Line 24 snaps 100 1 $29.99 $18.00 Tandy 3/16" eyelets 100 1 $2.59 $1.50 Tandy small gun metal double cap rivets 100 1 $3.99 $2.00 Tandy 10mm (large) Domed Rivets 100 1 $6.50 $5.00 Tandy small copper rivet setter 1 1 $10.00 $5.00 Tandy Super Jumbo Perma Lok needle 1 2 $3.49 $2.00 Tandy Double Cap Rivet Setting tool 1 4 $2.50 $1.00 Small bag of mixed large eyelets 50+ 1 $2.00 Mixed 1 1/4" steel rings 35 1 $20.00 $15.00 Tandy small nickle double cap rivets 100 5 $3.99 $2.00 Tandy Large Domed rivets 100 4 $6.50 $5.00 Large bag of miscellanious buckles/slides 93 1 $25.00 Tandy Medium double cap rivets solid brass 100 2 $14.99 $10.00 Tandy line 20 black snaps 100 3 $29.99 $18.00 Tandy Concho snap adapters 10 1 $3.99 $2.00 small gun metal hex shaped eyelets 100 1 $3.00 Tandy Large double cap rivets (solid brass) 100 4 $14.99 $10.00 Tandy Large Nickle double cap rivets 100 2 $5.49 $3.50 Tandy Medium Rapid rivets brass 100 1 $3.89 $1.50 large Black Rivets 100 2 $7.99 $5.00 Tandy line 24 black snaps 100 6 $38.99 $25.00 Blank belt buckles 11 1 $18.59 $10.00 Tandy rivets and tools 1 2 $10.00 $5.00 Craftool segma snap setting tools 1 2 $10.99 $7.00 Tandy Line 20 Snap Setting tool 1 2 $2.49 $1.50 Tandy small domed rivet setting tool 1 3 $6.99 $5.00 Tandy 1/4" eyelet setting tool 1 1 $5.99 $3.50 Tandy 1/8" perma lok needle 1 6 $2.49 $1.50 Tandy Jumbo Perma Lok Needle 1 5 $2.99 $1.50 Tandy Line 20 snaps brass 100 1 $27.99 $18.00 Tandy Embossing Wheel (Celtic knot) 1 1 $8.99 $6.00 Tandy Line 24 silver snaps 100 1 $29.99 $18.00 Tandy small flower double cap rivets 100 1 $3.99 $3.00 Tandy Medium nickle double cap rivets 100 2 $4.99 $3.00 Large star double cap rivets brass 100 1 $7.00 $4.00 Tandy small antique brass rivets 100 2 $3.99 $2.50 Tandy small star double cap rivets 100 1 $5.00 $3.00 Tandy small brass plate double cap rivets 100 3 $3.99 $2.50 Tandy small double cap rivets solid brass 100 2 $12.99 $8.00 1/4" brass eyelets 50 1 $3.99 $2.00 1/4" nickle eyelets 50 1 $3.99 $2.00 Tandy Small rivets solid brass 100 2 $12.99 $8.00 Tandy large double cap rivets (nickle) 100 1 $5.49 $3.00 Tandy small black double cap rivets 100 1 $6.49 $4.00 $1,527.18 $986.50
  16. Hey guys! I am looking for high quality stainless steel hardware. I'm from Europe so I prefer company from EU. Where to buy it in small numbers? I found Abbey England and Pethadware but I have doubt about quality. Do you have any experiance with them? Many thanks ZC.
  17. Hi all, I'm new to this forum. So I'm sorry if this has been asked before. I'm trying to find rose gold plated hardware ( buckles D and O rings and rivets). I'm also looking for somewhere to get heart shaped ( i guess O rings?). Thank you in advance!
  18. Hi all, Does anyone have any good sources for martingale chains? I’ll list the ones I’ve found below, along with my complaints Hopefully this can be a resource for others but I can’t believe I haven’t found a great wholesale source yet.. https://www.pethardware.com/en/martingale-chains/ I really shouldn’t be complaining because the shipment and order processing was perfect and everything met expectations, but do I really have to order from Czechia to Canada + import fees on top of that? </3 — also great prices!! https://www.abbeyengland.com ‘I’ve seen abbey England recommended on here before and other people will likely be more knowledgeable than me because I can’t create an account on the website in order to see the prices, I’ll contact customer service...... when I’m more desperate. https://www.fmartinandson.co.uk/our-range/hardware-for-pets/circle-martingale-chains/ ‘these look decent, good prices, I’ve heard the quality is good, only brass and silver, I chose pet hardware over this store because of all the extra goodies I could order at pet hardware. https://cdwplus.com/singleMartingale.html#anchor1016968 ‘this website is so old I always question if they are still even in business... or if I stumbled into a 2007 black hole webpage you know? https://emilycraftshanghai.com/collections/chain-ring this is my biggest recommendation and also my biggest complaint..... where is this girl getting GUNMETAL BLACK and ROSE GOLD martingale chains from?? (fyi, my order is on the way, I will report back on the quality when I get them) there is a supplier out there somewhere and I will find them. Please help me.
  19. Does anyone know where I can find 1-1/4"Black Square Scissor Snap all I can find is 1" attached a picture for refence Thanks
  20. Ning Bags for the win! My wife's family has an heirloom, a Masonic sword with a leather carrying case, about 100 years old or so, belonging to a great-grandfather. When it came to my brother in law last year, after a death in his family, I was asked to restitch the leather case. The original thread was likely cotton or linen, and had nearly all deteriorated. So I matched the original thread with some Ritza synthetic thread (no reason to keep the "authentic" thread type, since it's not really a "historic" piece), and re-stitched the entire case. But there was turn lock on the case, which was missing the turning piece. I could not locate a match -- all the ones I could locate online (The Buckle Guy, Ohio Travel Bag, etc.) were 1 inch or larger, none 3/4 inch in width like this one. But today, on a random search, I struck gold, and I found the turn lock in the right size and the right color. The pieces will fit seamlessly in the current slots on the leather, and the case will be completely restored.
  21. Clearing out some Buckleguy hardware that I don't need. I've included pricing and links to the specific products below. Shipping not included. I'd love to sell this all to one person, so if you're interested in the whole lot I'll knock off an additional 10%. Thanks! **I'll update the available quantities as they are sold** 26mm Key Ring - Natural Brass - 31 pieces available ($1 each or $0.80/pc for all) https://www.buckleguy.com/b2020-26mm-brass-plated-key-ring-solid-iron/ 1.5" Center Bar Buckle - Matte Nickel - 12 pieces available ($5 each or $4.50/pc for all) https://www.buckleguy.com/1316-1-1-2-nickel-matte-center-bar-buckle-solid-brass-ll/ 1.5" Center Bar Buckle - Antique Brass 1 - 4 pieces available ($4.50 each or $4/pc for all) https://www.buckleguy.com/1316-1-1-2-antique-brass-center-bar-buckle-solid-brass-ll/ 1" D-ring - Natural Brass - 30 pieces available ($0.60 each or $.40/pc for all) https://www.buckleguy.com/dr016-1-natural-brass-d-ring-solid-brass-ll/ 1" Swivel Trigger Snap - Natural Brass - 28 pieces available ($4 each or $3.50/pc for all) https://www.buckleguy.com/3002a-1-natural-brass-swivel-trigger-snap-solid-brass-ll/ 1" Swivel Trigger Snap - Matte Nickel - 44 pieces available ($4 each or $3.50/pc for all) https://www.buckleguy.com/3002a-1-nickel-matte-swivel-trigger-snap-solid-brass-ll/
  22. 25 solid bronze alligator clips, with locking mechanism and safety release. $110 for all 25, plus $10 S&H via USPS priority mail. Domestic shipping only. New never used, any color variation is because these are unfinished bronze, not plated.
  23. Looking for where everyone goes to when they want to buy smaller sections of leather. And also the best place for different Hardwares. I've ordered from most of the well-known just curious if there is any out there that I have missed that I should know about. Anything's much appreciated.
  24. I am looking for a particular piece of hardware and I do not know what it is called nor do I know where to find it. Can someone please help?
  25. I am looking for a particular piece of hardware and I do not know what it is called nor do I know where to find it. Can someone please point me in the right direction? I have attached a picture. The stainless steel piece in the picture is what I am looking for.
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