Godfrey Morris, recently retired Master Saddler at The Royal Horse Artillery and now owner of Crowncraft Leather, was amongst Entrepreneurs who came together at Saddlers’ Hall this week to showcase their growing range of high quality bespoke leather goods. Godfrey produces timeless hand crafted leather goods made from oak bark, vegetable and chome tanned leather.
Also exhibiting were Charles Laurie, Bill Amberg, and Natasha Kerimova and Susannah Weiland both of Cockpit Arts. We were also pleased to welcome the saddlery shop team from the Household Cavalry Regiment headed up by Sam Belasco.
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