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    A genuine Victorian corset

    This pattern was first published in Harper’s Bazaar magazine in the 1880’s, adapted for the modern figure, then further adapted into leather: to see if it was possible. Strong Veg-tan leather, hand cut, dyed and carved with Lime leaves. The upper trim is French-bound Scottish deer skin.

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    Black leather corset

    Entirely tailored to the client. Hand designed patterns, cut from Italian leather and stitched with pure linen thread, my corsets fit like no other. Owing to the strong leather, no boning is needed yet it provides the same level of shaping.

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    I just wanted a leather hat...

    Something I could use to show how I make my corsets. It took on a life of it’s own and became something quite special Calfskin brim and crown, 2mm veg-tan hand stitched sides with cog motif. Goggles adapted from acetylene welding glasses, with wet-moulded leather sides.

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    Pinhead's left arm bracer

    Veg tan leather, moulded to shape & covered with deer skin. The brass and steel pieces were custom made; chains and hooks forged by hand and clasps crafted, all leather work was hand stitched and produced to exacting detail from Paul Gerrard’s detailed artwork.

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    Pinhead's right arm bracer

    Veg tan leather, moulded to shape & covered with deer skin. The brass and steel pieces were custom made; chains and hooks forged by hand and clasps crafted, all leather work was hand stitched and produced to exacting detail from Paul Gerrard’s detailed artwork.