Swedish saddler Johannes Palmgren launched his business making horse and riding equipment in 1896 and quickly gained a strong reputation. He became a royal warrant of appointment to the King of Sweden in 1903. Over the years, Palmgrens developed new designs for private homes and public spaces such as cinema foyers, air plane fittings and more.
Today, Palmgrens is still found in Sibylle-gatan in central Stockholm, just a stone’s throw from the Royal Dramatic Theatre. The collection now covers everything from briefcases and handbags through to interior items and accessories. But it has all been developed with the material, craftsmanship and history in mind.