Published On: July 18, 2023Categories: Craftsmanship Chronicles, Journal1.7 min read

Echo Studios approached us in March 2023 to produce a new menu cover for one of their clients.

After a few conversations and pictures of products and swatches emailed back and forth, we sent out a returnable product sample with leather swatches for client review. The order details were finalised and agreed in early June and the completed order left our workshop within four weeks.

Description of product

SKU1019 A5 Menu Cover with hidden 2-hole chrome interscrew fitment in Niagara Grey GP019 Highland Calf leather and nuba lining

Branded Personalisation: La Prairie’ on front cover with Silver Foiling ‘La Clinique seal’ on rear cover in Blind Deboss

Our Highland Calf Leather is stored on rolls, to prevent creases. We roll out fully to quality check prior to storing.

We hand cut the leather to reduce wastage. Any scraps are used for swatches and during testing procedures.

The creation of an interscrew fitment is a precise and lengthy process. We hold various cutters and punches for consistency.

Our antique clicker press still accomplishes its duty, ironing out the finished product.

Final quality check; we carefully stack and pack the finished product, ready for despatch.

This one passed, but any not up to standard are rejected and kept in our extensive library for future reference.


We appreciate that it takes a collaboration of team members to sign off a new product, so we wait patiently in the background, until you or your client are ready to move forward to the next stage.

No heavy pressure sales calls from us!

To speed up production we stock an extensive range of coloured leathers, a wide choice of linings and a selection of fitments.

We can replicate most items and can source specific colours and leathers to match your existing stock or brand requirements.

To ease your journey and to make sure you are going to be happy with the end product, we provide swatches, samples, visuals and prototypes prior to production for your approval.

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