Individually Handmade Keyrings For Classic Vehicles Made Here In England & Shipped Worldwide

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Frequently Asked Questions

Very possibly. We hold a large stock of original enamels and badges relating to most makes of car – and can often mount one of these onto a new leather fob of your choice. If you would like a key fob for a vehicle which is not on our list – please message us or telephone !

Your order will be shipped within 14 days.

Yes! Most certainly! There cannot be many countries which our key rings have not been shipped to.

Nickel finish is standard for nickel and chrome finish enamels. For gilt finish enamels we use genuine 22 carat gold plated split rings. You can have either – just ask in special requirements section on order form.

Certainly. You can have 28mm at no extra cost. Please just ask at time of ordering.

Yes! Click Restoration of your original key ring.

Sorry to disappoint you – but we don’t even own a sewing machine !! A sewing machine would not replicate the locked saddle stitch which we use – and would not achieve the tension or the exact precision of stitching on a small item such as a leather key fob. Handmade means handmade. When there’s a power cut – we just carry on making them regardless. No machinery needed. The chap you see at shows and speak to on the ‘phone makes them.

This sounds like a logistical nightmare to me !
Many of the cars which we make key rings for were made in England.
Morgan Motor Co. still seem to be managing perfectly well !

This is a very common comment – almost always from a person who has yet to become a customer. Once you become an owner of one of our keyrings then you’ll understand why they cost more. The commonly used term ‘keyring’ or ‘keyfob’ does not adequately describe our product. Every one of our keyrings is an individually hand made and hand stitched item – made from the very best materials available.It is not made to compete with and cannot be compared to a mass produced item being sold on ebay. There are far more expensive (and not necessarily better made or designed) keyrings to be had – try Mulberrry or Paul Smith!