As one of the oldest names in Luxury Goods, Swaine, has traded in London’s St. James's for over 270 years and remains one of the world's most celebrated and decorated makers. It is the ultimate destination for traditional Leather Goods, elegant Brigg Umbrellas, and all sorts of Headwear from Herbert Johnson.
Established as a Whip Maker in 1750 by John Ross, Swaine has perfected its sophisticated and traditional designs, rendering them today a world-class British manufacturer of the highest quality British Bridle Leather Goods. Lasting generations, the company offers Clients a fully bespoke and world-renowned aftercare and restoration service.
Serving Royalty, The Nobility and Gentry over the centuries, Swaine Adeney remains the Maker of choice for the modern Gentleman and Lady.
Established in 1836 by Thomas Brigg, the company merged with Swaine Adeney in 1943. The Brigg Umbrella is world-renowned for its high quality and a long and decorated history supplying the world's Royalty, Nobility and Gentry. As one of the world's oldest surviving Umbrella Manufacturers, the company offers Clients a fully bespoke and world-renowned aftercare and restoration service.
Today, Brigg continue to craft the finest, traditional bespoke umbrellas from its workshop in Cambridge, England. A true British staple, Clients can always expect a wide range of the finest woods and canopies covered in pure silk.
Founded in 1889 by Herbert Johnson, the Civilian and Military Hatters is synonymous with the world's finest quality headwear. As one of the oldest surviving Hatters, today it offers Clients a fully bespoke and world-renowned aftercare and restoration service and a range of contemporary and traditional handcrafted headwear.
Serving Royalty, The Nobility and Gentry, over its long life, it continues to supply headwear to the British Armed Forces and can also be seen throughout cinema and television.