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Triple Plate Turn Clasp for handbags in brass or chrome finish


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data-pin-do="buttonPin" data-pin-config="none">TURN CLASP TRIPLE PLATE BRASS,CHROME CTL6

Product Code: CTL6

Turn clasp available in two colours brass and chrome please make your choice from the drop-down menu.This fitting comes complete with three front plates a turn key and a back plate. All the front plates are screw on and the turn key is fixed with fold over legs.

Dimensions:

Small Front Plate: 35mm x 15mm
Large Front Plate: 46mm x 15mm
Turn Key Base Plate: 35mm x 27mm
Turn Key Length: 33mm




If you have any queries about the suitability of this luggage spare, please call +44 1494 775577 and ask to speak to Paul.

Price: £10.60 (£8.83 ex VAT)

(Approx. 11.95 USD US Dollars, 10.01 EUR Euros, 1,348.52 JPY Japan Yen)

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TURN CLASP TRIPLE PLATE BRASS,CHROME CTL6

TURN CLASP TRIPLE PLATE BRASS,CHROME CTL6

Turn Clasp Triple Plate Brass, Chrome CTL6

Would you like to check stock availability? Call Sara or Paul on 01494 775577 (if not from UK please call 0044 1494 775577) Mon-Sat 9.30 a.m. to 5.00p.m. Please Note: We do not accept orders by telephone and enquiries are better placed by email too. When ordering on-line, please note that we do not deduct any money from your credit card, until the goods are being despatched. Please also note that you may alter the quantity of goods in your basket at any time.

 

Replacing A Handbag Turnclasp

Step 1 Check that the back plate is compatible with the existing front plate.
Step 2 We would unstitch a seam and fix the plate but you might find it easier to cut the lining. This can be very neat if executed correctly.
Step 3 Once you have made a neat cut inside the lining, you will probably see the patch that covers the back of the catch, peel this off.
Step 4 The next step is to lift the legs of the broken clasp (sometimes there are screws instead. Take the backplate off and release the broken clasp.
Step 4 Once the old clasp is off, offer the new one up and mark the holes required for the spikes on the front panel. If you are happy with the position, make the holes (I use a small blade) and push the new clasp on.
Step 4 Put the backplate on (I have pushed the spikes right through the lining and held it all in place with the back plate but its your choice) and bend the spikes over, to trap the backplate (and possibly lining) in position.
Step 4 Patch the backplate with a piece of material or stitch it up (I have had great results with some thin leather and double sided tape on the backplate). Finished

Contact us: sales@saddler.co.uk or telephone 01494 775577 during working hours.


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Thank you Paul,
Very prompt delivery, fitted new hasps easily, just the job. Much appreciated.

Don. M., Dorset
Hello Sara, Just to say many thanks for the Tumble & Hide Gents Long Leather Wallet. Received a within two days, which is amazing, it was really appreciated as it was for my husband's birthday and needless to say he is so pleased.
Your service is second to none I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to my friends.
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Paul hi, I would like to thank for your amazing response to my non-appearing" tiny " order.

The product you have sent without additional payment being made arrived out of the blue today.

I can only say in this day and age customer service is most often not delivered in the way you have.

Thank you, if the other packages ever turn up I will of course return them.

Finally, my sincerest wish is that your business prospers, and for my part I have already and will continue to sing your praises to any one that will listen.

Kind regards,

Chris B., U.K.
Dear Paul & Sara, Just to let you know that the liner I ordered arrived today - we're currently based in Oslo. Very many thanks for such a speedy service.

The liner is super snuggly but, even so, I think the temperatures here, heavy snow and minus 19 forecast for the weekend, have finally outmatched my trusty Barbour and I'll now have to embrace the michelin-man padded down look, at least until the Spring!

Seasons greetings.

best, Jackie

Jackie B., Oslo
Today I received the martingale for horse brasses I ordered recently. It arrived promptly - thank you. My late wife was very British, we met when I was serving in the US Air Force. We married and returned home here to the US. She brought with her several horse brasses as a bit of ol’ England. Many of these brasses were mounted on cheap martingales made of a paper material. I am going thru them and re-hanging the brasses on your fine leather martingales. I’ve done several over the last couple years, a few more to go!

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