Flux Spur Belt
Flux Spur Belt
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It is recommended that jewellery is stored in its original box or in a specialist box to prevent an unnecessary build-up of oxide.
We also recommend avoiding contact with agents such as aftershave skin creams etc as this will speed up the natural tarnishing process.
Leather will soften and age with use, for best results avoid contact with salt water and do not stretch when wet as the leather will distort.
Measuring an existing belt will be a good and accurate indicator for size, but If you know a waist size then we can also work from this.
THE BEST METHOD TO MEASURE YOUR "BELT SIZE" : When ordering a belt on-line, the best way to assure the proper fit is to measure one of your existing belts that fits you well. To do this, carefully stretch out the belt on a flat surface, and using a measuring tape, measure from: where the buckle attaches to the belt, to: the hole on the belt that fits you best (this might be the loosest, or most stretched out hole)
Note: Do not measure to the middle hole; measure to the hole that fits you best. That is your belt size. If you anticipate a change in your waist size (we all trend larger), you can add or subtract one inch from this measurement. Your new belt should be based upon this measurement. On your new belt, that same dimension will be the measurement from where the buckle attaches, to the center hole of the new belt.
From this center hole our belts have 3 punched holes longer (at one inch increments) and three punched holes shorter (at one inch increments), although more can be requested. This arrangement gives you the widest relevant range in adjusting your belt.
Meet The Designer
Hot 100 designer David Webdale uses the basic flow of the human form to shape and mould jewelry that fits around and encompasses the body. He has a distinctive style of powerful lines and flowing movement. He creates jewelry for both men and women. David John Webdale is a Suffolk-based jeweller creating unique pieces to stand out in a modern environment. He uses contemporary design techniques combined with traditional values of quality and manufacture to produce collections that are both subtle yet striking. Using the basic flow of the human form, David shapes and moulds jewelry that fits around and encompasses the body. His distinctive style of powerful lines and flowing movement comes through strongly in each of his pieces.