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Case is awesome     many thanks.          Jamie Macleod - Hants UK

 Had a lot of compliments on the quality of the work you did.

Thanks again.


Massey Lopes - Devon UK

The cases arrived safely.    I have to say the quality is simply outstanding, I am delighted.In a world of mass production, to see such quality and craftsmanship is a real delight. Many thanks.

Rob Mears - CEO www.worldwidefruit.co.uk


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The most common case repairs are fitting new handle and straps.

If the case has become damp at any time then the glue may have become unstable. In old cases, the glue used was always hoof or animal glue. This glue was used for everything. Fitting leather, wooden joints and lining the case. The glue was also a rich food source for the little critters that could get inside. Hence lots of holes in the lining cloth and sometimes the leather.

Sometimes the joints can be repaired with modern synthetic glue and leather can be re-glued. But the cloth lining usually has to be replaced.

Key Benefits

  • Bring an old, tired case back to use.
  • Renovate a family heirloom
  • Clean and restore the leather for future protection

 

Capabilities

 

Capability 1
The fitting of a handle and/or straps to make a case usable again.
Capability 2
Repair broken joints and re-stitch leather, if it isn't rotten.
Capability 3
Gently clean the leather and apply a protective wax finish.


 

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Last modified: July 19, 2007