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We love how it almost resembles a little kilt, staying true to its highest-quality Scottish craftsmanship. 

The tasselled leather is pleasing to feel when grabbing your keys or opening your front or car door. The makers have a passion for what they do and no detail is spared, even down to the traditional hand-stitching used on this lovely key ring. 

We admire the integrity and dedication the makers pour into their leather items. The sheer craftsmanship is so plain to see and something to appreciate.




McTassle Key Ring leather key ring by McRostie for AUTHOR's collection of British-made luxury accessories

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‘care for the environment, attention to detail, and backing British Makers’ 

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  • Hand-crafted in McRostie’s workshop in Renfrewshire, Scotland.

    This key ring is a classic design with hand-stitched leather and a nickel ring. It comes with a branded natural cotton dust bag. McRostie offers bespoke services if another size or personalisation is required.

    Hand-made in 100% British cowhide bridle leather. Available in dark brown, red and tan.


  • Length: 10cm including ring
    Width: 2cm

  • 1 to 5 days
    Bespoke pieces have a delivery period of 2 weeks

  • British natural vegetable tanned bridle leather takes on a patina with use, handling and age. An occasional application of a proprietary leather wax shoe polish with a soft cloth or soft bristle brush and rubbed in with a different soft clean cloth or soft bristle brush is recommended, just as you would with a pair of leather shoes. This will extend the product’s life and encourage a rich patina. Do not use oil or any oil based products.
    For water spills, absorb the excess liquid gently with a clean cloth or paper towel and leave to dry naturally. Do not rush the drying process or leave to dry on a radiator, in the sun or in any other direct heat source. For any liquid other than water, pour a little water over the affected area to help run-off the liquid and proceed as you would for a water spillage. Once completely dry, the piece may benefit from an application of polish.