The Journal & Design Inspiration - RichingsGreetham Leather Accessories
August 15, 2017

Swann-Morton No.3 Scalpel

Getting a good quality cut on most flat paper and card like materials generally has always been a requirement for my work, especially to get an accurate, sharp edge. My trusty Swann Morton No3 Scalpel excels.

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June 16, 2017

D-Line Handle

The door handle - an architectural fetish with an unambiguous purpose! We asked RichingsGreetham friend and renowned Norwich-based Architect, Charles Emberson, what design is top of his list when it comes to door handles.

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May 16, 2017

Vitsoe Shelving

The Vitsoe 606 Shelving System has become somewhat of a timeless design classic! It is simple, unobtrusive and as unassuming as possible. It is undeniably useful and works well in my barn.

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Roy Lichtenstein Paper Plate from 1969
April 24, 2017

Lichtenstein Plate

Roy Lichtenstein inadvertently transformed this everyday mass-produced paper object into high art. Who would have thought a paper plate could make the most stunning piece of wall art!

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Japanese Saws from RichingsGreetham Design Journal
April 3, 2017

Japanese Saws

Japanese culture is very different from the Western world. It offers a different way of looking at most things.

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March 21, 2017

West German Ceramics

I grew up in the light of the post-war 50’s optimistic prosperity and the style revolutionary 60’s & 70’s so I was excited to take delivery of these mass-produced 1960’s ceramics that I found on German eBay.

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March 6, 2017

Tangle Infinity Sculpture

Many years ago, I stumbled across this rather wonderful infinitely adjustable sculpture. Its striking appearance meant it soon became a talking point in the meeting room at RG HQ - so I wanted to share it with you!

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January 6, 2017

Sprung Wire Photo Holder

With their covetable edit of furniture and home accessories for modern and urban living, The Conran Shop has always been a firm favourite of mine.

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December 23, 2016

Family Size Coca-Cola Bottle

I’ve always had a strong fascination, love and identification with design and quality. My most recent purchase was a 1950’s 26oz Coca-Cola ‘Family Size' bottle. I bought it on Ebay from a seller in upstate New York.

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