Friday, January 21, 2011

Wotancraft Atelier

Some good news from the WotanCraft Atelier. They have open their brick and mortar shop. I visited the shop the other day and I have to say that it is a pretty cool shop.

The shop has a very rustic feel to it, much like shops of old where you expect to see an artisan working in a corner making the very products he sells. In fact the very table that James (the founder and owner) use to make and work on the leather straps is there in the shop. So is part of his collection, ornaments and accessories that pay tribute to brand Panerai. I do like the bobble-head Incursore diver that he has.

In a corner you find the straps that WotanCraft is famous for, as are the buckles (polished, brushed and PVD). There are a number of straps to chose from, vintage Ammo straps, to exotic leather straps. On the other corner, you can find the new range of products that James is going into, leather camera bags. 

So if you are in Taipei Taiwan and wants to get a new 'shoe' for your Panerai (and soon Bell & Ross), do drop by the WotanCraft Atelier at:

10th Floor,
374 Bade Road Section 2

The shop is little hard to locate. So when you come out of  the lift, turn left and you come to an office. Turn left at the office and you will see the shop. The front door is a door from a cargo container. Opening hours: 1100 to 2100 hours, not sure of they are open weekends. 

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