The English leather goods company Swaine Adeney Brigg is one of my all time favorite makers of briefcases, umbrellas and bags. The company — which has royal warrants and has been making fine leather goods for over 250 years — has a process akin to that of a watch maker, meticulous and precise. Swaine recently produced a video showing the manufacturing techniques at its esteemed Cambridge, England workshops. The video is especially interesting because I love to see how things are made, even if there is creepy music box music playing. Many thanks to the folks at Sweden’s King Magazine who tipped me off to this video.