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    Current Inventory of Full Mask Sporrans

    Hello all you X-Marks Members and Onlookers!

    I hope you are all keeping well during this very strange, scary, and yet (regrettably) historic time. In the next week or so I will be working on making some new sporrans, chain straps, and sporran straps, but I thought I would let you know that I have quite a bit of stock in inventory, ready to ship! It is funny that the first two items I received orders for from Members of this website were items I did not have on hand and had to make! (in Father Bill's case with his Arctic Fox Sporran, I had to do a lot of digging to find things to be able to make his sporran, but, I did!)

    Anyway, here are the sporrans currently in stock and ready to ship:

    Full Mask Sporrans: Badger-$325.00; Grey Fox-$325.00; Wolverine-$450.00; Coyote-$350.00; Otter-$325.00; Skunk-$300.00.

    Other Fur Sporrans: Primitive Badger-$200.00; Primitive Otter-$200.00; Wolverine with Flap made of Feet-$250.00;
    Badger Fur Sporran with extra large pouch and Leather Flap-$150.00; Small Silver Fox Sporran with face, made from an old coat-$95.00(true re-purposing!)

    I also have a number of Leather Sporrans, pouch, Rob Roy type, etc..., that I will be posting soon. Also Guitar, Banjo, and Mandolin Straps.

    Feel Free to inquire further, ask for photographs, etc....

    Take Care, and be well,

    Donald

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    Sorry to be a bother, but would it be possible for some pictures to be put on this thread of your wares that you have for sale?
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    I agree with Jock, could you post photos?

    What would be great would be both front and back views, and with animal mask sporrans what's nice is also to be able to see how they function, how you get access to the inside of the sporran.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jock Scot View Post
    Sorry to be a bother, but would it be possible for some pictures to be put on this thread of your wares that you have for sale?
    Not a bother at all, I will put some up later this evening! In the meantime, you can go to my website to take a look at my products to get a feel of what I do. www.highlandleatherworks.com/

    Thanks for your inquiry, take care,

    Donald

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    Thank you, Donald.
    " Rules are for the guidance of wise men and the adherence of idle minds and minor tyrants". Field Marshal Lord Slim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC Richard View Post
    I agree with Jock, could you post photos?

    What would be great would be both front and back views, and with animal mask sporrans what's nice is also to be able to see how they function, how you get access to the inside of the sporran.
    Hello,

    My sporrans are very functional, as you will see.....The animals head is the flap, and the pouch is generous. Here are a few shots from the past, showing the back and the sporran open.... And two with tape measures showing the opening, I hope that helps, thanks for your inquiry, take care,

    Donald

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jock Scot View Post
    Thank you, Donald.
    You are most welcome, Jock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hielandman View Post
    Hello,

    My sporrans are very functional, as you will see.....The animals head is the flap, and the pouch is generous. Here are a few shots from the past, showing the back and the sporran open.... And two with tape measures showing the opening, I hope that helps, thanks for your inquiry, take care,

    Donald
    I see the first time I tried adding pictures from my computer it didn't work, I'm trying it again!

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    They still didn't attach, anyone know what I could be possibly doing wrong?

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    Here are a few pictures that should explain the construction and usage. I have to give GREAT THANKS to Father Bill, he just spent a good deal of time walking me through this process, He is a GREAT GUY!!!
    Last edited by Hielandman; 6th April 20 at 11:21 AM. Reason: upload pictures!

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    Thanks!!

    They look well made and sturdy.

    Your website is very nice!

    Did you have a booth at the West Virginia Highland Games (Bridgeport) several years ago? I might have met you there.

    I took a photo of a booth of a sporranmaker with quite a few animal mask sporrans. I think it was 2011.
    Last edited by OC Richard; 6th April 20 at 03:10 PM.
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