The shoulder strap on this Furla Piper Top Handle Tote bag had come loose as the leather loop and gold ring to which it was attached to the body of the bag had torn off and gone missing. We re-created the missing leather loop and replaced the missing hardware.
The once firm and secure waxing on the edges of the straps of this classic Loewe hobo bag had started to crack and tear. We fully restored the existing straps by cleaning and conditioning them and then re-edging / re-waxing them.
This retro Prada tote bag had become a mere shadow of its former self, with the leather looking particularly tired and the straps frayed and starting to tear away from the bag. We cleaned and conditioned the leather before repairing the straps and reinforcing them.
This Colette Hayman handbag had a crossbody strap that could not be used as it was torn and the hardware through which it was attached to the bag had gone missing. We repaired the strap and replaced the missing hardware.
The leather woven through the chain strap on this Prada handbag had torn at its weakest point, where it loops through the bag. We were able to remove, cleanly stitch and re-weave the leather through the strap to repair it.
This Coach tote was showing signs of wear at points of significant weakness in the bag, where the strap is attached to the bag. We re-secured the loops to the bag, glueing and stitching them carefully and in a way that would strengthen those points of weakness.
This Gucci Diana tote bag was in excellent condition but for a broken bamboo handle, which we were able to re-secure to the bag by replacing damaged hardware.
The shoulder strap on this Bally handbag was a little too short for its owner. We extended the strap by carefully installing a piece of leather in the centre of the existing strap.