Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Fine Leatherwork

I just received two superb examples of the leatherworker's craft from Chas Clements of Denver. The first is a book weight modelled after the classic from St. John's College in Santa Fe, NM. It's made from soft leather (elk hide?)and nicely outlines a page from a typical hardback. The other is a soft sap, a slightly larger version of his standard Bouncer's Pal.

It's hard speak too highly of Chas' work. His pieces are very well constructed, almost over-engineered. The choice of materials, quality of craftsmanship and attention to detail are all top-notch. He also does other leather goods - cases, belts, holsters and the like.
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Anonymous said...

i have contacted chas clements and had purchased several items and requested an other item to be custom made. It has been several months and when I contact Chas Clements he only has excuses. DOnt Do business with this one.
"Taken it home"