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G'day all,

Made a hobble belt for my client.

Seemed an odd choice, since he doesn't own a horse...

But it turns out the rings are good for clipping stuff onto (like gloves, torch, etc) for a work belt. At least that's what he says :P

Made it from sedgwicks traditional english bridle with solid brass hardware and rings, and brass rivet burrs that are all hand peened. That's some bloody nice leather to work with!

All round, it's a pretty solid duty work belt. And has a soft hand for something more 'extra curricular' if you're into that sort of thing, I included some 50 shades of greyscale photos below that we had 50 shades of fun taking. No judgment here!

 

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G'Day....from Western Australia :)

Thats really quite nice, well done. I have made hobble belts before but with 5mm  DB or shoulder,  harness.  The brass hardware really  looks the part  on these. 

I see what you mean by ' 50 Shades of Grey' pic . and no horse ?? 

On 5/5/2018 at 11:56 AM, Wedgetail said:

But it turns out the rings are good for clipping stuff onto (like gloves, torch, etc)

Yeh....right :) 

HS 

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