We're obsessed with great design. That about sums it up. Every little detail that goes into creating the perfect timepiece, whether it's worn or placed in your home. And, the satisfaction we get from making products that will stand the test of time.
- All items are handcrafted in New Orleans, LA
- Every detail, including the selection, milling and cutting of the wood; engraving and fabrication of the cufflink boxes; & casting of the metal findings are performed with the utmost care and attention to detail
- We love creating great products, but not at the expense of our planet
- Social links: (@harleylondonusa)
Harley London was founded on three basic principles.
- Great Design
- Quality Products
- Sustainable Greatness
Our founder Charlotte Henry, drafted Harley London from a concept of creating timepieces, made from nature, with a story and life of their own. There’s something remarkable about purchasing an item and knowing it’s narrative… where it’s made, where the materials were sourced... the passion behind each piece.
It’s about returning sustainable manufacturing principles back to the marketplace. And, restoring pride to something that was lost in the fluff of fast fashion products that are cheap, inefficient, and morally unjust. “Design has become so fast food, no one cares where its made, how its made, the quality: how long it will last, and if the workers were happy and/or mistreated. They just care about price. Items are discarded without any thought because they never had meaning in the first place” (Henry). She wanted to create a line that people would have no reservations about because they knew all components were cared for.
We’re based on the premise of preserving all natural resources, prolonging not only human life, but all life on earth. It’s about creating a product you can touch, feel, and smell. Most people don’t realize the beauty of smelling a freshly engraved piece of cypress, mahogany or white oak. Or, the soothing sensations you get while feeling the textures in every engraved design. It’s about the love of what you do… not for rewards, but for the majesty of the craft.