Harris Made’s discerning customers are those who appreciate our unrivalled and enduring British handmade craftsmanship, using only the finest materials and traditional skills. The authenticity and provenance of our understated designs are a tribute to our British roots. All are handmade with pride by our master craftsmen at our mills and tannery in England and Scotland. We strive to deliver first-class personal service to ensure that everything Harris Made fulfils our promise of exquisite quality and enjoyment.
Harris Made offers bespoke made-to-order designs to prestigious universities, independent schools, corporations and private clubs that are unique to your institution and help reinforce your traditions, heritage, values, pride, and fellowship.
Bags, Gifts and Accessories
Harris Made specializes in a growing range of bags, gifts and accessories for everyday use, travel and business. From finest handmade silk ties and scarves as supplied to the bespoke tailors of Savile Row, London; to tweed bags; cashmere blankets and throws as supplied to Royal households around the world; and Saxony wool scarves, a centuries-old tradition first introduced to Oxford and Cambridge University students.
Harris Made is proud to curate the very best of British traditional handmade craftsmanship. Our mill in England weaves the iconic scarlet uniform fabric for the Queen’s Guards at Buckingham Palace and is a recipient of a Royal Warrant, the ultimate seal of approval for exquisite quality and service.
We are passionate about preserving the very best of British traditional handmade craftsmanship and support apprenticeship programmes to ensure essential skills continue to be handed down through multiple generations.
We take great pride in all that we do and delight in personally answering your enquiries, large or small. We were recently contacted by a long-standing Texan client, with an unusual Scottish surname, who asked if we could help source his Scottish clan tartan so he could commission a blazer. Not only were we able to help with his tartan cloth, but it was with great delight that we traced his potential family ancestry back to one of the four oldest Highland clans and the 9th century Kenneth MacAlpine, the first King of Scots. Perhaps best of all, we uncovered that his clan has been without a Chief for more than 200 years!
Please feel free to call one of us on (+1) 312-952-5568 to discuss your needs. We would be thrilled to be personally involved in designing items of special significance that will be unique to your institution.
Because tradition matters.™