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Saddleback Leather Has Competition October 8, 2011

Posted by Mitchell in Art, Leather, Yorling.
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Y’all know how I lubme some SBL, but I just found out today that this place exists: Renaissance Art via Twitter. The guy that runs the place just started following me and so I checked out his site. Wow.  That’s some NICE looking leather stuff right there. Dammit. I’m already not looking forward to my credit card bill. His stuff isn’t quite in direct head-to-head competition as RA seems to focus more on the book binder aspect and SBL is definitely heavier into the bag side of things. But still, check out THIS baby: Adventurers Satchel. That’s just flat-out gorgeous right there. And it’s definitely in the SBL tradition of no snaps or zippers & crap like that. Oh man, there’s just too much good stuff there. I’m torn. Should I get the artist’s Sketchbook or perhaps go with the refillable Journal? They both use Arches paper. The journal has pocketses too! Oh hell, who am I kidding? I’ll certainly wind up getting one of each. Ooo! and the have end-papers! Check out the end-paper options. Double-plus classy. Oh yeah, this place is DEFINITELY going into the Cool Places list. Happy shopping! Christmas is just around the corner!

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1. LC Aggie Sith - October 9, 2011

You want me to go Yorling. I can tell….

GAH!!!

2. cmblake6 - October 13, 2011

Ooooo! Not to mention it’s in Santa Fe! Patriotic move for me!

3. Nicole - October 15, 2011

Oooo… pretty.

4. Mitchell - October 19, 2011

I got two of them, the sketchbook and a smaller re-fill journal. They’re absolutely fabulous.

5. Arthur - October 31, 2011

Hi… this is Arthur of Renaissance Art. I just saw this. Thank you so much for your kind words. So, as a thank you I would like to offer readers of your blog only 10% off the base price of anything on my site thru Friday of this week (including the leather knitting basket), Nov 4th. Just enter the coupon code; ANOMALY

Btw.. anyone who calls will talk directly to the craftsperson who will be making their stuff.

Arthur
http://www.renaissance-art.com

Mitchell - November 1, 2011

Thanks Arthur! Your generous offer was promoted in my latest entry. I hope you get some sales off of it!


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