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Bespoke Leatherwork
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Bespoke Bridlework


All the Bridlework is made from Sedgwick & Co. vegetable tanned leather. Sedgwick & Co. have been producing good quality English Leather since they began in 1900. Bridle leather has a semi-aniline and greased finish, which gives it a quality finish.

The leather used for stirrup leathers has a longer tanning process thus increasing the strength of the leather.


Please note the colour swatches below are matt and purely used as a guide. They are not an exact colour match of the leather used.

Light Havana Australian Nut Oak Brown Hazel Conker Dark Havana Black


All buckles and fittings that are used on my leatherwork are British made and are good quality.


All new items which are made to order will need a 50% deposit at the time of order & the balance to be paid when collected. For postal orders, payment and postage is needed in full at the time of ordering. There is a charge for travel to measure for a bridle & payment is required before date of measuring. Alternatively you can bring the bridle you currently use that is done up on the holes you use so allowing me to take the measurements needed. If you prefer to use the downloadable instructions and form to measure your bridle, please do.

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Repairs are undertaken on equestrian items and other leather items, including dog collars and leads, belts, shooting equipment, bags etc. If you require a quote for a repair, then please ring me on 01234 721075 or 07733 106641.

I discovered Lynsey and her fabulous leatherwork about three years ago and will not ask anyone else to make bridles for my horses. Lynsey will always use the highest quality leather and her stitch work is some of the best I have seen. Not only is the quality of her work exceptional (her awards speak volumes) but she is a pleasure to do business with as she is always approachable and ready with advice. Lynsey always helps me to work out which bridle will suit my horses asthetically as well as designing a bridle which will improve thier way of going - this is extremely helpful when you are chasing high marks in affilliated dressage!

Lisa Hughes: Competitor & Equine Sport & Remedial Therapist

Lynsey Ellis Bridles | Valley Farm | Dungee Road | Little Odell | Beds | MK43 7AE Telephone: 01234 721075

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