saddler

From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Crafts
saddlersad‧dler /ˈsædlə $ -ər/ noun [countable] TICSHOP/STOREsomeone who makes saddles and other leather products, or a shop where these are sold
Examples from the Corpus
saddlerFor 75 years or so to 1918, saddler William Watson occupied the foundry before moving to Skinnergate.Also patrons to cobblers, saddlers, shoemakers, and tanners.Also patrons of cobblers, leatherworkers, saddlers, and shoemakers.George Webster was a twenty-four-year-old saddler, the son of John Webster, an Allerthorpe groom.