Craftsmanship Across the Board
Grady Douglass has been a leather craftsman since he started carving and building with leather in the summer of 2009 while studying at Texas A&M University. His passion for leather and this time-honored craft stemmed from his desire to create unique, personal pieces for himself and friends, which has grown into a full-time business boasting clients from all 50 states and numerous countries abroad. Grady is a 5th generation rancher in the western Texas Hill Country with deep roots in Cowboy Culture. From carving and stamping intricate western belts, briefcases, and portfolios to building purses, duffel bags, and gun cases with little to no western embellishment, Grady has been able to capture audiences from Texas cowboys to New York business executives. Grady’s impeccable craftsmanship was brought to national spotlight when television’s INSP Network featured him in a special episode of “Handcrafted America” a show focused on honoring craftsmen committed to keeping traditional crafts and trades alive. Grady builds all his products one at a time from his shop located on his family ranch outside of Rocksprings, Texas and has a reputation for building and creating heirloom quality items meant to serve the current generation and those to come.