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Product Description

Traditional Bridle leather, hand-finished at J & E Sedgwick’s in Walsall with an open grain texture. This smooth surfaced material originally purpose made for equestrian use, has a high shine finish due to the care and attention it receives as it works its way through the various Sedgwick processes. This supple leather allows you to be creative and to suit your vision, which makes it an incredibly easy and pleasurable product to work with. Mainly for equestrian craftwork and belts. Because of its open grain finish, we recommend that you regularly apply our leather care product directly to the leather to preserve and protect.

You will need to specify your requested leather thickness in the ‘Quote’ window. Our leathers are sold as butts in thicknesses of 3 – 3.5mm and 3.5 – 4mm and are ideal for equestrian leather or belt manufacture.

*Please note: that one purchase order is the equivalent of 200 square foot of J & E Sedgwick leather.

*Please note: delivery charges are additional and will be arranged via email after quote submission.

*Please note: this leather does not have a waterproof finish.

*Please note: all leather has an approximate lead time of about 8 to 10 weeks before despatch of items

In an economy where the consumer wants the most value for their money, leather delivers superior value. Many efforts have been made to create a synthetic material that is able to provide the multiple properties of leather but all efforts have proved unsuccessful. Due to these properties, leather is the preferred material for many areas of application, from daily used products to exclusive fashion items.

A significant benefit of using leather is its immense longevity. Leather is extremely durable, especially when great care has gone in to its production. We know that great quality requires patience, so our leather can take up to 28 days in the tanning process; ensuring that it lives up to our customers’ standards.
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How we do it?
Being the best in British hand finished leather means being certain that only the finest quality leather is produced throughout our entire process.

We achieve this through carefully sourcing only the best quality cattle hides from the UK, and Ireland for our leather making process. We also have meticulous quality control measures in place at every stage of production; ensuring that no imperfections, no matter how slight, are overlooked by our craftsmen.

Consequently, it is safe to say that only the most flawless British leather leaves our tannery and finishing shop ready for life as a high quality leather product.
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Last week Sedgwick & Co saw the arrival of a CM RAL/P240 combined Samming and Setting Machine, manufactured in Italy, supplied by Beamhouse Engineering. This much needed investment is crucial for the production of our hides as it is responsible for removing surplus water, remove growth and increase yield. With the old machine on its […]


Why Provenance, Process and Quality Speaks Internationally.

Why Provenance, Process and Quality Speaks Internationally. Over the years, Sedgwick leather has built up a reputation for producing the best heavy leather in the equestrian industry. Our reputation has allowed us to forge relationships with saddle, bridle and harness manufactures across continents including Europe, Asia, Australia and North America and demand for the leather […]