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Our watch strap brochure, detailing our range of bespoke and made-to-measure watch straps, is available to download. We also have a new fitting service location in London.

WATCH STRAP BROCHURE

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NEW BESPOKE

FT How to Spend It: The Bespokesperson

SABEL watch straps feature in FT How To Spend It

FT How to Spend It: The Eclectibles

Ettinger + SABEL watch roll features in FT How To Spend It

Classic Driver: Watches

Mia Sabel’s bespoke watchstraps prove traditional saddlery is still alive

INDIGO OR VINTAGE BLUE?

Christopher Ward Trident Classic and vintage Jump Hour


Along with our clients we like to choose leather and thread combinations that best complement their timepieces. On the left, the indigo bridle/orange lining and thread really pops on this Limited Edition Christopher Ward Trident Classic: but a more muted outfit of vintage blue/khaki lining and thread better suits this freshly restored Jump Hour.

The Robb Report Singapore: Bespoke, A Perfect Fit

Working with only the best English leathers and using traditional techniques, Mia Sabel makes some of the most covetable watch straps from her home workshop.

The Holborn: Mia Sabel – Bespoke Leather Design for Horse, Human, Home

Walthamstow: an unlikely location for a saddler’s workshop...

Grey Fox Blog: Bespoke watch straps – new style for your wristwatch from Mia Sabel

Any watch enthusiast will know that part of the fun of watch ownership is...

SABEL BESPOKE ON GREY FOX BLOG

"Bespoke watch straps - new style for your wristwatch from Mia Sabel"


Any watch enthusiast will know that part of the fun of watch ownership is finding the ideal strap or bracelet for a favourite timepiece. I like to change straps occasionally simply for variety, but, having a small wrist, find that most are simply too large...

INTRO TO LEATHERWORK COURSE

Blackhorse Workshop, 1–2 Sutherland Rd Path, E17 6BX

Weds 5 July 2017, 7-9.30pm


Our regular evening course for absolute beginners, teaching you the very basics of traditional saddlery, including leather preparation, hand-stitching and hand-burnishing. You go home with a keyring you have stitched, polished and personalised yourself.