New Customer Picture Section!

Check out the Customer Picture Section! If you have purchased a Moncrieff Leathers product and would like to share a pictures so attired with your sporran, purse or Baldric, just email your picture to and I will add it to our picture section!

Groam House Museum Event!

Groam House Museum kindly invited me to participate in this event! A recording of this event is now available online.

Workshop video:

Kerry Moncreiff video:

Michael Carroll video:


Check out the New Sale Section!

This is a collection of older items for those looking for a Moncrieff Leathers quality item, offered at a reduced price. Most of these items are discontinued because I have changed production techniques. 

Shipping Update

Shipping is included in the item's price to all addresses in the Untied States and Canada via USPS First Class mail.  Priority shipping to the US & Canada is a flat $10.00. There is a shipping credit for Shipments to Europe, please email me for details.

Don't wait!

A quick note on availability. If you see something you like, but is marked "Sold Out", please send me an mail detailing your interest in having the item made for you. As a one man operation I do not have in stock or make multiples of any one item, what you see in in my store is what I have. So don't wait for another one to become available (because it probably won't), it doesn't coast anything extra to have me replicate a piece I have previously made. Contact me at to save your place in the que to have something specifically for you. I look forward to working from you!


The story of Moncrieff Leathers

I have always been greatly interested in the history of my definitively Scottish family name, as well as the history of Scotland. Several years back, just before Christmas, I decided to buy a kilt. As many "Kilties" will tell you that your first kilt leads to the slippery slope of kilt and kilt accessory acquisition. I wanted a casual day-wear sporran, but couldn't find one to suit me. Having made stuff since I was 6 and having earned a degree in Fine Art, I thought "Why not make my own?". Jump ahead 15 years and several sporrans later. Recently I retired from my day job, and I can now spend my days designing and making yet more sporrans, as well as cell phone cases, key rings and, most recently, purses. I am continually striving to make the heirloom quality leather goods that will stand the test of time.

Looking at the other leather work available, I see great things being made and not so great things being made. If you examine my work, I think you will see that it exemplifies the level of detail and craftsmanship that you expect in finely crafted leather work. I am greatly influenced by designs of the past, yet I strive to make each piece, that is produced by hand, represent my own unique vision. I also consider the utility that is required by daily life and try to insure that each piece is functional appropriate for modern life. There are some exceptions for those customers who are looking for the more traditional and historical in function and appearance. This reflects my own mindset of having one foot in the present and one foot in the past.

It's the details! When I look at some of the other leather work out there, I see things that make me cringe, such as unfinished edges, sloppy stitching, stress points that are not reinforced, poor color choices and goofy designs. I am very quality driven, and I work hard to insure that my leather goods stand the test of time. To that end I believe that the durability of my leather work is in the details, the quality materials, the timeless designs, the structure and construction, all combine to produce a product that will last and endure the test of time. I am constantly researching and studying new or better ways to create and improve my leather work because I believe my work can always be better.

You can be assured that all finished products are hand made by me, with the indispensable help of my loving wife Diana. I also look for, have found, and often incorporate original hand made hardware and metal embellishments created by other craftspeople who share a similar artistic vision and who are inspired by similar historical influences. I thrive on this artistic collaboration, I believe it contributes to the uniqueness of my leather work.

I was very honored when a couple who purchased one of my sporrans told me it would be the future grooms "wedding" sporran, and when they received it said they would cherish it forever. What greater compliment could there be?

I am pleased to announce that in December, 2016, I was recognized by the State of Indiana as an Indiana Artisan!

Thanks for taking to the time to look at my leather work!

Kerry Moncrieff