Best of British-Made Bag Brands
A definitive list of the top 30 British-made bag brands
We’ve put together a list of British-made bags from UK-made brands for every occasion, purpose and size. Our list is brimming with great design, materials and craftsmanship. All made right here in the UK.
On a mission to create objects of ‘soul and purpose’, Bennett Winch is known for fusing a timeless, understated aesthetic with truly innovative product design. British-made using traditional techniques and the highest quality materials, their luggage and accessories are aimed at a new breed of discerning minimalists; those who understand that if you buy well you need only buy once.
A luxury lifestyle brand offering the finest quality British-made bags. Hyde & Hare ethically source hides to produce one-of-a-kind bags and accessories. Fashion pieces that are timeless, elegant and at an affordable price.
Started by ex-art dealer Toby Thomas, Ottely is a small bespoke leather goods workshop based in Gloucestershire. Everything they make is designed and hand crafted in their studio. They use both traditional and modern techniques to create items that have a timeless elegance and are made to last.
Born from a passion for traditional British fabrics and a respect for old fashioned craftsmanship. Every Hettie accessory is crafted from the finest local materials, by British craftsmen and women, with a passion for hand-craftsmanship.
One of the largest manufacturers of leather luggage in England with over 135 years of experience in the leather industry. Tusting is still an independent, family-run business to this very day.
Lovingly handmade in the UK from 100% leather, The Cambridge Satchel Company offers a range of satchels from traditional designs to contemporary colours.
Their very first satchel was inspired by traditional British, leather schoolbags from years gone by. They still make satchels but their collection now includes large and small bags and accessories in lots of sizes and styles with many inspired by bags from the past.
These sustainably made bags from the Scottish Textile Showcase come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are perfect for organising your life on the move. Made from high-quality Harris Tweed, linen, tartan and Borders tweed with a water-resistant lining, these popular bags are part of their sustainable living collection. Made in Edinburgh by a social enterprise.
Originally a manufacturer of fishing and shooting bags, John Chapman makes hand crafted canvas, leather and tweed bags for travel, leisure, business and sporting activities, in Carlisle, Cumbria.
Uniquely combining the elegance of a handbag with the function of a rucksack. Perfect for your iPad or laptop, LUXAC is both beautiful and practical. British made and built to last, LUXAC is the bag you have all been looking for.
Based in the Yorkshire Dales, Glencroft produce products using sheepskin and wool. Their range includes exceptional quality cross-body saddle bags made using thick hide leather, currently available in four colours - green, tan, brown and navy.
Specialising in making beautiful, durable, bespoke leather goods, using traditional saddlery tools and techniques. Steph Rubbo Saddlery's range of products includes briefcases, satchels, handbags, belts, card holders, pet collars and leads, as well as bridles and saddles, all created with the highest quality craftsmanship.
A premium handbag brand that allows individuality and function in handbags that are both beautiful and timeless.
Design and manufacturing British-made bags mainly for the emergency services and health sector. Openhouse Products also supply a large range of off the shelf bags as well as medical equipment and consumables.
Designing and hand making quintessentially English traditional style victorian carpet bags in their Somerset workshop. The brass hardware is made in a British Foundry and the leather is from a local tannery.
From their studio deep in the heart of The New Forest National Park Dear Moon designs and creates a range of goods, handcrafted from the finest leathers.
Simple and distinctive, casual but elegant, practical and pleasurable, Tea Green aims to offer a contemporary and individual collection of handbags, purses and more. Established in 2013, Tea Green is a small design business set up by Frances Bayliss, based in Somerset, England.
Providing their customers with minimal, functional, stylish leather goods for both men and women. All of P.Kirkwood's pieces are designed and handcrafted at their workshop in Brighton.
A family-run business in the heart of the English countryside. Jane Hopkinson's British-made bags cover over thirty designs from small day time and evening bags. Including across the body bags, satchels, tote bags through to the weekend and travel bags.
After discovering that not one goatskin left over from the UK food industry was being tanned here, Billy Tannery decided to do something. Tapping into local leather knowledge, the brand built a pioneering microtannery in Leicestershire.
Their sustainable, bark-tanned goat leather now completes the circle from food to leather. Their growing range of leather goods is designed and made in England to celebrate this exceptional material.