Please note: the web site is not currently linked to our accounting system, therefore stock quantities will not be accurate. Our website continues to ACCEPT orders and payment but will not show updated invoices or statements for those wanting to pay their account. Payments should be made based on emailed Invoices and Statements only.



Meet the Abbey Pavilion Exhibtors

Meet the Abbey Pavilion Exhibtors

Visit our Pavilion at BETA International which showcases some of the best of British Saddlery.

After 37 years in the saddlery business, Abbey is always looking for new ways to support our customers and the saddlery trade. This year, with the support of the Worshipful Company of Saddlers, we are very excited to announce our new initiative at BETA International 2019. The Abbey England Pavilion will showcase the skills and saddlery craftsmanship that are available in the UK today. The stand will see 11 exhibitors promote the very best of British Saddlery to both domestic and international buyers.

Meet the companies who will be exhibiting at BETA International 2019...

Last Letter from Lok.

Last Letter from Lok.

In our very last letter from Rachel, she looks back over 2018 and tell us how her scholarship prize has helped her along the way. From everyone at Abbey we have throughly enjoyed keeping up to date with Rachel's progress and we're excited to see where her future takes her.

Christmas Closing Times

Christmas Closing Times

If you have any projects over the Christmas period which need completing but are in short supply of materials, then make sure you place your order by Tuesday 18th December. Abbey will be closed from Wednesday 19th December for stock taking, and will reopen on Wednesday 2nd January 2019. For your convenience, our website will still be accepting orders during the holiday season, but orders will not be dispatched until after January 2nd 2019.
Letters from Lok! December 2018.

Letters from Lok! December 2018.

What's the difference between a Saddler and Saddle Fitter?

This month Rachel addresses a questions she is commonly asked, what is the difference between a saddler and a saddle fitter? She brings clarity to the definition.

The Right Leather for the Job.

The Right Leather for the Job.

Our top tips on what you should be looking for when choosing your leather.

Selecting the right leather for the job is a crucial element to any saddlers work but with so many types and weights available, confusion can occur. To help bring some clarity, especially to those who are at the beginning of their saddlery careers, our in-house leather experts Richard Brown and Craig Evans share their tips and advice on what to look for when buying leather and other workshop supplies.

We had 5 simple questions posed to them and here is what they had to say...


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