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Ladies in the field 2017 – Peachy Belts pheasant buckle and belt

peachy beltsPheasant buckle and belt from Peachy Belts – Buckle: *£50; Belts start at £55

*Available from July 1, 2017, to pre-order email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

More from Peachy Belts...

Peachy Belts' beautiful range of Italian leather belts are hand made in England and have detachable buckles making them perfect presents for jeans wearers.

New for The Game Fair this year is the pheasant buckle and the personalised cartridge buckle both in pewter. 

Three initials can be hand-engraved at the top and bottom of the ‘12’ cartridge buckle to create a present that will last forever! 

Peachy Belts offer new belt colours and buckle designs each season, giving new options to accessorise your looks year on year. Some gorgeous Swarovski crystal buckles are available to dress your jeans up, too. 

Belts start from £55 and can be seen in the Country Living marquee at The Game Fair or via the website – www.peachybelts.co.uk – or call 01664 454994 for more information. 

Peachy Belts will also be exhibiting a great range of products that you will be able to try on at this year's Royal Highland Show on June 22–25, where they will be found in the 13th Avenue Arcade, the same as last year. www.royalhighlandshow.org

For more information about National Ladies' Shooting Day, visit shotgunandchelseabunclub.co.uk

 

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