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Our Distributors

CANADA

Moore-Pearsall Tannery Warehouse, Toronto - Distributor 
7-100 Wingold Avenue,

Toronto, ON,

M6B 4K7
Tel No: +416 789-3123
Email: ted@mptw.ca
Contact: Mr. Ted Heslop

ITALY

SORACO Srl
Via Orfanotrofio, 26
13900 Biella (BI)
ITALY
Tel No: 00 39 015 28667
Fax No: 00 39 015 22606
Email: mailbox@soraco.it
Contact: Mr. Stefano Chiorino/Cristina Pavignano

GERMANY

Alfred Holle
Bei Den Muhren 91
D-20457
Hamburg
Germany
DE 118909037
Tel No: 0049 40 366981
Fax No: 0049 40 364160
Email: info@alfred-holle.de
Contact: Mr. Peter Holle

CHINA

Brothers Leathercraft 
G/F.,222 Tai  Nan Street,
Shamshuipo,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel No: +852-9136-0897
Email: brotherslc222@gmail.com
Contact: Mr. Chan Chi On

SWEDEN

HANS OLHEDEN AB
Bathamnsvagen 1
18440 Akersberga
SWEDEN
Tel No: 0709 989 802
Email: info@jetfloat.nu
Contact: Mr. Thomas Olhden

TAIWAN

GOLDEN LEATHER CO. LTD
No. 28 Lane 136
Chung Hsing N. Street
SAN CHUNG
TAIPEI, TAIWAN
Tel No: 00 886 2 2999 1516
Fax No: 00 886 2 2999 1416
Email: golden.leather@msa.hinet.net
website: www.silverleather.com
Contact: Mr. Robert Tsai

USA

BOOTH & CO, Inc.
9 Main Street, Suite #6
PO Box 3232
Peabody
MASS 01960
USA
Tel No: 00 1 978 531 3730
Fax No: 00 1 978 531 5962
Email: kenchapman@boothandco.com
website: www.boothandco.com
Contact: Mr. Ken Chapman

AUSTRALIA

H. Leffler & Son Pty Ltd 
PO Box 1366
Kensington
Victoria
3143 Australia
Tel No: 0061 3 9090 4500
Fax No: 0061 3 9090 4599
Email: hleffler@ozemail.com.au
Contact: Mr. Michael Blazeley

JAPAN

Sarai Shoji Kaisha Ltd 
No 18-15, 1-Chome, Imado
Taito-Ku
Tokyo
Japan
Tel No: 0081 3876 2011
Fax No: 0081 3872 8525
Email: info@sarai-shoji.com
Contact: Mr. Makoto Ishiwata

INDIA

Namo Namah Exim Pvt Ltd (Trading Division)
E-78 Road No 10, Udyog Kunj
Panki Industrial Area, Site V
Kanpur 208022
U.P.
India
Tel No: 0091 900 5451786 / 0091 919 8051786
Email: sales@namonamahexim.com
Contact: Mr. Raj Kumar Ahuja / Mr. Ravi Kumar Ahuja

SOUTH KOREA

Ezer Leather Company Import and Wholesaler 
1F, 32, Nangye-ro 30-gil
Dongdaemun-gu
Seoul Korea
Tel No: 0082 2 2235 1256
Fax No: 0082 2 2235 1254
Email: ezerleather@gmail.com
Contact: Mr. Heesub Lee

UNITED KINGDOM

Tandy Leather UK, Northampton - Stockist 
2 Crofton Park,

N Portway Close Round,

Northampton, NN3 8RD
Tel No: +441604-647-910
Email: Northampton301@tandyleather.com
Contact: Mr. Roy Fisher

UNITED KINGDOM

Abbey England Limited - Stockist
Abbey House
Haig Road
Park Industrial Estate
Knutsford
Cheshire
WA16 8DX
Tel No: 01565 650343
Fax No: 01565 633825
Email: sales@abbeyengland.com
Contact: Mr. Richard Brown

UNITED KINGDOM

Tandy Leather UK, Manchester - Stockist 
20 Lime Street,

Ash Old Road,

Manchester, M11 1DA
Tel No: +44161-371-0158
Email: Brendon.Sutherland@tandyleather.com
Contact: Mr. Brendon Sutherland



OUR NEWS
  • Award winning Singaporean designer wants to promote British leather

    5th April 2018

    Award-winning Singaporean designer wants to promote British leather.

    This year the ‘Design a Bag Online’ competition run by APLF and Fashion Access gave the prospective winner the opportunity to spend a month in Milan with top designers and leathercraft workers. This opportunity doesn’t come around often and the winner would have come up against some very tough competition indeed.

     

    Throughout 2017, leather designers around the world worked on their projects allowing their imagination to run wild as they longed to catch the eyes of the judges. APLF states on their website that the panel of judges would assess certain criteria, looking out for unique designs, innovative yet trendy methods of application, creative use of materials and product functionality that can be marketable.

    During the second day of APLF a young and enthusiastic designer from Singapore, founder of Myura Leather, Ho Kuan Teck visited the Clayton Leather Group’s stand. Ho is a familiar face to the Clayton sales team and explained that he had made it to the finals of the Design a Bag Online competition. That very same evening he was to present his ‘Lemniscate’ bag design to the judges. Feeling very inspired by the idea that he was merely hours away from potentially winning, the Clayton team wished him luck and asked for him to return with some good news the next day.

     

     

    On the final day of the show Ho returned with an infectious beaming smile and the winner’s certificate in hand. Proudly talking of his designs, The design of this handbag is an amalgamation of a triangle and an infinity symbol, taking into consideration the compatibility between people and shapes, as well as the compatibility between shapes and environments. More importantly, the design seeks to reflect someone’s modern and luxurious lifestyle in a simple and direct manner of “Balance”. When there is harmony, eternity ensues. And this “eternity” is represented by the handle which is a core part of any handbag. The shape of the handle also epitomizes the modern era of a minimalist.

    There are no fanciful accessories to a handbag. The main material is leather which is an indicator of elegance and harmony.”

    Ho has expressed his desire to promote hand finished British leathers and would use Clayton’s leather in his future projects.

     

       

  • Donated to the National Leather Collection for everyone to enjoy.

    22nd February 2018

    Donated to the National Leather Collection for everyone to enjoy.

     

    Thanks to Iain Mcfadyen from Scottish Leather Group the Crockett & Jones leather shoes are placed proudly in the National Leather Collection representing true Britishness.

    After Iain won the shoes from our randomly selected winner at the annual Leather Sellers Industry dinner, he decided to donate them to the Northampton based visitor attraction set up for educating anyone who wants a #leatherinsight

    This donation is the second in the shoe’s history as they were originally donated by a Mr William Wilson Director of Leather Com. Now on display, we hope they will continue to create interest in our industry. The Clayton Leather Group were proud to have raised over £2000 for The Leather & Hide Trades Benevolent Institution.

    As we round off this story now it does seem fitting to tell you that coincidentally we found out last week that Iain Mcfadyen’s middle name is Fleming! Who’d have guessed it!

  • Winner of the Crockett & Jones shoes signed by Daniel Craig is…

    5th February 2018

    Winner of the Crockett & Jones shoes signed by Daniel Craig is…

     

    Thank you for your generous donations and reshares on Facebook during our fundraising campaign. The online donations were all added to the donations taken at the evening’s event – totalling just over £2000 for The Leather And Hide Trades Benevolent Institution.

    All names from the online funding page and on all the donators on the night were placed into the draw where The Master Antony Barrow drew a winner…

    The proud new owner of a signed Daniel Craig pair of leather Crockett & Jones Alex Black shoes was……..Iain Mcfadyen from Scottish Leather Group.

    Shown here receiving the shoes by our very own Ian T. Walker, Chairman of the Clayton Leather Group.

    During the two days of promoting the funding page, we had a considerable push for donations via blogs and posts from James Bond Lifestyle. Followed up by Make it British during their Facebook Live session – we’d like to say a big thank you for your support.

  • Clayton Leather Group Announce New Director of J&E Sedgwick & Co.

    10th October 2017

    Clayton Leather Group Announce New Director of J&E Sedgwick & Co.

     

    Today the Clayton Leather Group announced that General Manager of J &E Sedgwick’s & Co, Walsall and Group Sales Manager, Philip Bevington, has joined the board of J&E Sedgwick & Co Ltd.

    Philip joined the Company as Group Sales Manager in February 2016 having previously held management roles in the Fashion and Food export industries. In September 2016 he added the role General Manager of J&E Sedgwick following the retirement of Managing Director Richard Farrow.

    This appointment continues to demonstrate the commitment of the company to grow its business across Europe and the rest of the world by enhancing the Management structure at the Clayton Leather Group.

  • Supporting a New Distributor at ACLE 2017

    3rd October 2017

    Supporting a New Distributor at ACLE 2017

     

    At the end of August, the All China Leather Exhibition took front of stage in Shanghai as it opened its doors to the world of leather at the New Exhibition Centre. The show had around 23,000 excited visitors across the three days seeking out suppliers who can help their company grow in the leather industry. The Clayton Leather Group exhibited their leather in Shanghai by supporting the group’s sole distributor to the Chinese market Brothers Leathercraft, who was officially named as the group distributor this year and exhibited at the show for the first time.

    Located in the first hall J & E Sedgwick’s Traditional Bridle leather, Clayton and Sons’ shell cordovan and horse front were proudly on display generating continued activity around the stand. Small leather goods manufactured from the bridle leather were on display enabling visitors to see the various leathers as a finished product. The 152-year-old walrus leather exhibit, which has travelled with the group across the globe on various exhibitions, was a definite eye catcher throughout the show.

    Where many exhibitors had mixed feelings on whether the show had been successful or not, the Clayton Leather Group’s distributors stand had a constant flow of visitors. Many visitors wanting to know more about the versatility of English traditional bridle leather and how this leather could suit their requirements. The time and care taken to produce every hand finished piece of leather by the group is something that the Far East market appreciates, clearly shown by the number of visitors to the stand.

    Many companies use the show as an opportunity to talk to current customers to further build relationships. In the case of Brothers Leathercraft more than half of their customers come from their e-commerce site so this was the first time the company could meet their customers face to face. The chance to discuss orders with current customers on this scale is rare for Brothers Leathercraft, giving them real value to exhibiting in Shanghai this year.

    A month has passed now since the show ended and the dust has finally settled for this year’s ACLE. Next destination for the Clayton Leather Group is Hong Kong in March 2018 for the All Pacific Leather Fair.

  • Clear Intentions for A.C.L.E

    17th August 2017

    Clear Intentions for A.C.L.E

     

    The ‘All China Leather Exhibition’ is fast approaching and this will be the second trade show in China that the group will have exhibited at this year. The Clayton Leather Group’s range of products will be exhibited on the Brothers Leathercraft stand, who signed an official distribution agreement during the APLF show in Hong Kong.

    Clayton & Sons have extended the range of colours in horse front leather and will be our main feature over the three days. The leather is manufactured at the group’s tannery in Chesterfield, England, and offers a fantastic vintage finish which is perfect for jackets and small leather bags.

    The Clayton leather Group started producing horse front leather in black and brown some 8 years ago. However, this year is the first time the finishing team have created colours that stray away from the still very classic shades. Our colour palette for horse front now consists of Black, Brown, Red, Blue, Natural, Green, Burgundy, and Conker.

    The range will be displayed on stand number E1/C12a during ACLE.

    Follow the group on social media platforms during the show for the latest updates.