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Elvis & Kresse create stunning life-style accessories by re-engineering seemingly useless wastes and combining them with traditional craftsmanship. In 2005 we launched our pioneering Fire-Hose range, made from de-commissioned British fire brigade hoses; after a distinguished career fighting fires and saving lives they were otherwise destined for landfill.
The instant Elvis & Kresse met the London Fire Brigade they fell in love with their old hose. We scrubbed away the soot and grease that builds up after 25 years of active duty and discovered a truly remarkable, truly green textile.
All Elvis & Kresse products are hand-made and unique. The hose itself is weathered and marked, the ridges and grooves of a long life are self-evident. Some pieces may bear the printed details of the company that originally made the hose.
Fire-hose was just the beginning, with so much to save, we have grown by creating solutions for unwanted, unloved materials. Every effort is made to transform these materials into pieces we hope will be cherished.
The prices shown below are the RRP, for wholesale prices please refer to the wholesale price list sent separately.
Timeless elegance The Elvis & Kresse Tote Bag is made from genuine decommissioned fire-hose and lined with a rescued black Burberry textile or reclaimed parachute silk....View full product details
A Classic with a Twist The Fire & Hide Classic Tote is handcrafted using the finest rescued leather accentuated by our signature decommissioned fire-hose and finished with...View full product details
Sophisticated and Sustainable The Fire & Hide Small Tote combines rescued Burberry leather and genuine decommissioned fire-hose and is lined with reclaimed parachute silk or...View full product details
A Dutch Master The Dutch Tote is handcrafted using the finest rescued leather accentuated by our signature decommissioned fire-hose and is lined with reclaimed material. The bag was...View full product details
No smoke without fire... In 1861 a fire started in Tooley Street which burned for two weeks and ultimately led to the creation of London's...View full product details