Discover a world behind the Ettinger brand, from the people, the craft, the Ettinger leathers and more...
On the 2nd of June 1953 Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in Westminster Abbey. To celebrate the occasion Gerry Ettinger created an apt memento, to commemorate the beginning of a new reign in Britain and the celebrations around it.
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The Journal talks heritage, influencers and Peaky Blinders with artisan British boot makers, Cheaney.
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.
We investigate the history of the four vivid colours of the Sterling Collection.
We talk to contemporary Savile Row style legend, Richard Anderson, about cheese rolls, Brian Ferry, and his (not-so-secret) penchant for sequins.
It takes at least 5 years to fully train a new Ettinger craftsperson to make leather goods with our degree of sophistication.
On its 85th birthday, we take a look at the historic saddlers and makers behind Ettinger’s signature Bridle Hide Collection.
Discover the intricate details of how our skilled craftspeople make our iconic Bridle Hide Coat Wallet
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.