The Stafford Knot is a distinctive knot used as a symbol of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier breed, which originated in Staffordshire, England. The knot itself is an interlocking loop design that is used in jewelry, clothing, and other decorative items associated with the breed.
The origins of the Stafford Knot are uncertain, but it is believed to have been used by dog breeders and enthusiasts as a symbol of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier as far back as the 18th century. It is thought to have been derived from a knot used by butchers in Staffordshire to tie up meat, which was then repurposed by breeders to represent their dogs.
Over time, the Stafford Knot became closely associated with the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and it began to appear on official breed standards and in the logos of breed clubs and organizations. Today, the knot is recognized as the official emblem of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier breed, and it is used by breeders and enthusiasts around the world as a symbol of their love and appreciation for the breed.

For Dogs

Woof, Ken, where did you get such finery? marvelled a pretty Staffordshire Bull Terrier a few days ago. Since then, dressed to the nines, I regularly break girls’ hearts. A hand-stitched collar in fragrant cowhide decorated in shiny metal with a Staffordshire knot simply attracts the ladies.

Collarsleashes and other canine harness made by Slade Czech saddlers are also available in bright colours for canine ladies. Don’t forget a dog tag to complete the outfit.Take your pick.


For humans

Where's my collar? I wonder. I see the master has pinched it to wear like a bracelet. Again! So I asked the master saddlers and we devised leather accessories for humans too. Check out the bracelets in colourful cowhide, aromatic keyrings and keychainsleather wallets and coasters. Everything in Staffie style. Make your choice.