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Sedgwick English Bridle - The Japan Edition Double Prong Quick Release

Sedgwick English Bridle - The Japan Edition Double Prong Quick Release

Regular price $190.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $190.00 USD
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Sedgwick Leather Color
Buckle Finish

It was only a matter of time before I sought out a manufacturer in Japan to make my patented double prong quick release buckle! I cannot express how happy I am to be working with this hardware manufacturer, they are one of the best in Japan and between the quality of their work and the professionalism in dealing with them, I am simply elated!

The 1.5" double prong buckle shares the same style and dimensions as my buckles that are made in England, but there are several key differences.

You will find "Made in Japan" proudly stamped on the back of the buckle next to my patent number. 

The solid brass hardware is sand cast and brushed smooth, giving the brass a much softer appearance than the bright yellow mirror-finish from my English manufacturer.
The nickel plated hardware is going to be a bright silver color with a soft finish. 
Black plated brass is the newest addition, a shiny dark metal that is sure to attract a lot of wandering eyes. Solid brass will be secured with matching branded rivets, black nickel will be secured with stitching in a tonal color, and nickel will be scured with nickel chicago screws.

The prongs have been upgraded in beefiness, and the teardrop holes have been enlarged slightly to accommodate the larger prongs.

England meets Japan; pair this gorgeous buckle in this listing with any of my Sedgwick English Bridle leathers. Paired with a matching leather keeper stamped with my signature pigeon logo. Note that any belt can be upgraded to the new Japanese hardware with the matching metal Japanese keeper by utilizing this listing here, this belt listing is exclusively paired with the leather keeper as pictured.

Pictured in Black. See the last image for all of the available colors.

To order this belt, please measure one of your old belts using the diagram pictured above. The system that I use is the most accurate method of measurement, and involves measuring from the end of the buckle prong, to the hole that fits you best (this method accounts for any difference in length between your buckle and mine). You can add your measurement in the measurement section above, or you can shoot me a message thereafter.

Handmade in Denver by one person.

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