Welcome to Steph Rubbo Saddlery & Leatherwork
Steph Rubbo Saddlery specialises in making beautiful, durable, bespoke leather goods, using traditional saddlery tools and techniques. Our range of products includes briefcases, satchels, handbags, belts, card holders, pet collars and leads, as well as bridles and saddles, all created with the highest quality craftsmanship.
From cutting to finishing, each of our pieces is unique, handmade from English bridle leather, waxed linen thread, solid brass or nickel fittings, linings of soft nappa and embossed monograms on request. The result is a truly personal product that gains character over time. We accept commissions for one-off pieces and repairs to most leather items. We also welcome appointments to visit our London studio where every piece is designed and made.
Please contact us to find out more.
Our Latest Products
English Bridle Leather Belts£70.00 – £90.00
English Bridle Leather Box Bags£200.00 – £460.00
English Bridle Leather Luxury Folded Card Cases£50.00 – £65.00
English Bridle Leather Messenger Bag£400.00 – £610.00
English Bridle Leather Satchel£600.00 – £860.00
English Bridle Leather Luxury Luggage Tags£60.00 – £70.00
English Bridle Leather Watchstraps£60.00
English Bridle Leather Luxury Card Slip Cases£40.00 – £50.00
Latest Leather Work & Saddlery News
Congratulations to James Bell, the winner of the December competition to win a £100 voucher. We will be in touch to arrange delivery of the voucher soon. Thanks to all who entered and better luck for our next competition that will bring some Easter cheer to one lucky...read more
We are very excited to announce that our new product line - Tech Accessories is now available on the website. Tech accessories features simple but elegant cases for laptops and tablets. The case above is Sedgwicks bridle leather in Hazel, and contrasting Navy...read more
So what is the difference, and just what does handmade mean? Google “definition of handmade” and you will get lots of results, most of which are along the lines of “made by hand, not by machine”. The general implication/perception is that the handmade item is superior...read more