Discover a world behind the Ettinger brand, from the people, the craft, the Ettinger leathers and more...
Europeans play it safe; Australians choose earthy tones; and the Americans favour a bold colour – we take a look at who likes what.
Our Chairman and CEO, Robert Ettinger, shares his reflections from a recent trip to South East Asia and Dubai
The Journal heads to Ettinger's Walsall factory to meet the woman, and dog, managing the production of the company's perfect work
For 22 years Ettinger held an exclusive license to provide leather goods at the world famous Wimbledon Tennis Championships. We spoke to Alison Peters who worked with Ettinger during this time about how the partnership started, how it evolved over time, her love of tennis and Wimbledon.
Welcome to this first edition of the Ettinger Journal, where it seems natural to take you back to the very beginnings of our story.
Of all the vintage leather goods that Robert Ettinger owns the Bridle Hide attaché case, which belonged to his father, is his absolute favourite.
As a child, Gary would often visit his mother where she worked at the the local leather goods factory. Nowadays he manages that same factory where his mother once worked.
In the 1930s the meat trade in Smithfield market provided the basis for the thriving leather trade in the Clerkenwell area of London.
The story of Gerry Ettinger in his younger years, before he founded his luxury leather goods company in 1934.