What makes an artisan? Skill and dedication. Nurtured through time and experience.
What makes a true master artisan? A disruptive will to create excellence!
It is only once a craft is pushed beyond its boundaries that it truly touches all the senses.
British jewellery designer, Stephen Einhorn, has created pieces for Hollywood films and stars such as Charlize Theron, Johnny Depp and Cate Blanchett, but his heart will always be in London. The Ettinger Journal talks to the designer-entrepreneur about reaching breaking point, his love for engineering, and his sadness at the decimation of manufacturing in the UK.
Heston and Gordon’s interior designer of choice, Tom Strother, tells the Journal about his new Mayfair eatery, Bombay Bustle, and how the Fabled Studio team is redesigning London’s restaurants, from the front door in
The Journal looks in on one of our neighbours, the Arch Bronze Foundry, an artistic hub and the birthplace of many a famous bronze sculpture
The Journal heads to Ettinger's Walsall factory to meet the woman, and dog, managing the production of the company's perfect work
London Craft Week, which took place last month, has grown to become an important feature in the seasonal calendar of events that take place across the British capital every year.
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.
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.