Staying In

Welcome to our latest news in this, the most extraordinary of times. Firstly we hope you are staying safe and well. Although restricted, many of us are enjoying secure and comfortable surroundings and we are mindful that not everyone has that privilege.

For those who are working from home and for gift ideas that also tick that box for others, we thought we’d share some desk-based collections recently launched.

And instead of our usual ideas for museum trips and urban days out, we hope you enjoy some favourite Pod Cast recommendations.


Doe X Bamford

We were delighted to be approached by Bamford back in March to collaborate on a small collection of hand made homewares.

There were plenty of lockdown challenges, with lots of image emailing, swatch sending and video meetings.

All the detail crunching was so worthwhile and resulted in some truly covetable pieces we are proud to have our name on.

Find the linen stitched Pot, Box and Tray in The Barn at Daylesford, 62 South Audley Street W1 and online.

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Another collaboration, which we look forward to each year (this is our 4th) is with the award-winning stationer Mark and Fold.

We’ve brought back our popular Avocado Green  Diary/Notebook Covers and have introduced Havana, a luxurious bitter chocolate bridle. The contrasting pen loop colours are one-offs from our family tannery archives.

Havana bridle is the leather of choice for our new Photo Frames. Each has a unique vintage print lining in a choice of tobaccos, olives, tans, midnight blues and a single sunshine yellow. For both vertical and horizontal displaying, museum grade and recyclable glass protects your image.



Phone Bag £165
Both useful and good looking, this cross body phone and card holder would be well received by all. In luxurious vegetable tanned black bridle leather, each is lined with contrasting, one-off embossed vintage prints from our family tannery. Designed to securely carry any mobile size and make plus up to two credit cards.


Courier Weekly
A must for anyone running or setting up their own business, a variety of innovative entrepreneurs talk about their challenges and learning curves.

How To Fail by Elizabeth Day
Elizabeth Day is a natural interviewer as well as a talented writer, and here she gains and shares insights from a range of guests including Nadiya Hussain and Gloria Steinem. They wisely, humorously and bravely share their tougher times.

Wilderness Tracks by Timber Festival
Hosted by broadcaster Geoff Bird each episode explores how music connects his guests to nature. Listen to Robert MacFarlane, Laura Barton, Max Porter and more talk about their chosen tracks and favourite landscapes.

Deborah Thomas - Doe Leather

Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Christmas x

'There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort' - Jane Austin