One-man operation Frank Gallacher bought sampling machinery to develop prototype models of his designs for leather bags with the backing and support of the Glasgow Collection. Gallacher, who has a workshop in Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow, has the skills and tools to produce well-designed, desirable bags for the accessories market. He has a fascination with geometric patterns, which is reflected in the complex shapes of his creations. The leather bags are available in six different designs and colours, from bright bowling bags to formal, minimal wallets.
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