Belt Pouch by Jane Watts


“Shore 12” leather belt pouch by Jane Watts of ‘Another Shed Production’.

Every part of the pouch and buckle are hand made.

The buckle is created using wrought iron pins recovered from the wreck of the SS James Eagan Layne.  Each pin is indvidually chosen for its character and forged to make a unique buckle.  70 plus years under the sea the pins take on an amazing patina.

The pouch is made from British waxed shoulder leather. The edges are hand finished and saddle stitched with coloured waxed twine and the trade mark “X” keeper.  There are two loops on the back for you to feed your belt through (will fit belt up to 3.5cm width) – Jane’s Rame Belt would be perfect!

Dimensions (approx.) width 19cm x height 14cm x depth 4.5cm


1 in stock

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Forged buckles from salvaged wreck metal and hand stitched leather goods – Jane’s work reflects the ruggedness of coastal living.

For the South Hams based metal and leather worker life revolves around the sea. Taking selected pieces of salvaged metal from South West shipwrecks she individually forges and hand finishes buckles to be used on her hand stitched belts, bags and pouches.

Jane is all about making functional items with an element of the unexpected. The making process is a major design feature, from the exposed hand stitching and the patina of the metal all evidence of hand made. Her work is robust and made to be worn and used every day, to spark conversation, to remember our past and to embrace the beauty and simplicity of traditional crafts.