Travel

We had such a great time at last year’s inaugural quail hunt that we decided to make a tradition of it. We returned to the Orapax Hunting Preserve, located just a short drive outside of the city, a couple of weekends ago for an afternoon of organized quail hunting with a handful of our customers, […]

Craftsmen

From the clothes we wear to our household goods, cotton is the world’s most widely used and versatile natural fiber. It’s also the fiber that makes many of our favorite fabrics — poplin, corduroy, chambray and flannel. A couple of weeks ago, we headed down to Farmer’s Cotton Gin, just south of the Virginia – […]

Craftsmen

Northern Grade, a traveling American-made menswear market, made a stop in Richmond a couple of weekends ago. We were there with Marcus Wiley — a good friend, Virginia native, and expert craftsman — for a live demonstration of the making of our Free Union and Millington belts, among several of Marcus’ original designs. Northern Grade […]

Community

We’re thrilled to be in the running for Work It, Richmond’s second annual Best Office in RVA competition among a few of our friends and a handful of local businesses from across town. Our 117 S. 14th Street address serves as our showroom, office headquarters and photography studio. We’re obsessed with design and a rustic aesthetic, as reflected by […]

Community

The Ledbury team headed to Irvington, Virginia last Friday for a day on the water, sailboat racing, and to compete in the inaugural Ledbury Cup. The prize for the winning team:  the coveted 2.5’ Ledbury Cup trophy and a year’s entitlement to bragging rights inside the office. While our day was primarily devoted to sport, […]

Craftsmen

Thank you to everyone who came out to the High Water Pop-up Shop last weekend. We had a great time and are incredibly thankful for the occasion to come together with friends old and new. We kicked things off Thursday night with a launch party that included a panel discussion on creative branding and entrepreneurship […]

Art/Design

When we redesigned our storefront a few months ago, we consciously left room for minor adjustments – swapping out furniture, rearranging displays, keeping the space flexible. We’d like to introduce the latest addition to the shop . . . our new Tecumseh portrait.   Quick history lesson: Born in 1768, Tecumseh was chief of the […]