Discover a world behind the Ettinger brand, from the people, the craft, the Ettinger leathers and more...


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Slow Style and Showbiz with Cheaney

The Journal talks heritage, influencers and Peaky Blinders with artisan British boot makers, Cheaney.

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Behind the Scenes: How Our Fine Briefcase Leathers are Crafted

We take a look at the extraordinary leathers used for the Westminster Flap-Over Briefcase and for a brand new piece (launching in just two weeks’ time), specifically the top-end refining and dyeing techniques that make them so special.

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The Sterling Collection: A Colourful History

We investigate the history of the four vivid colours of the Sterling Collection. 

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Craftsmanship

It takes at least 5 years to fully train a new Ettinger craftsperson to make leather goods with our degree of sophistication.

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Bridle Hide – 85 years of this unique collection

On its 85th birthday, we take a look at the historic saddlers and makers behind Ettinger’s signature Bridle Hide Collection.  

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The Making of a Wallet

Discover the intricate details of how our skilled craftspeople make our iconic Bridle Hide Coat Wallet

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Ettinger: One of the last true British leather goods manufacturers

Robert Ettinger had the pleasure of meeting a young journalist, Matt Barrowes. Robert and Matt talked about the Ettinger brand and about being one of the last British leather goods manufacturers. 

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How Ettinger Leather Ages

We believe in goods that last and become lifelong friends that can be passed down to the next generation. We take a look at Ettinger products that have been used and well looked after to show how the leather ages gaining a stunning patina along the way.

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Everything you need to know about goat leather

As the new Capra collection launches, we explain what’s so special about this high quality skin.

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Ettinger: a 1930s throwback

As we introduce the Capra Collection, crafted from goat leather, popular in the 1930s, we take a look at Ettinger’s first half century.