ASHER GOODS in Kirkland
13 Central Way, Suite B
Kirkland, WA 98033
Tuesday-Saturday 11am to 7pm
Sunday 1pm to 6pm
Owned and operated by brother's-in-law Matthew and Jerry, ASHER GOODS is a men’s clothing and goods store in Kirkland, WA that pays tribute to masculine styles of the past and present. We seek out quality brands which include American classics like Filson, Schott, Wolverine, Woolrich, and Stetson, as well as contemporary brands like Life After Denim, Kasil Workshop, Sol Angeles, Will Leather Goods, Bridge & Burn, and Ernest Alexander.
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“I’m a big believer that the finer details in life matter. Accessories are no different. From the way a bag falls against your side to the subtle flash of lining every time you reach inside, it’s the little things that shape your daily experience. I launched Ernest Alexander with a simple vision in mind. Create handcrafted accessories in the old tradition, adding a touch of style and a bit of modern aesthetic. Clean lines. Rugged materials. Authentic finishes. Functionality. Hard-to-find fabrics. These are the things that make for a distinctive, wearable experience. I also believe that the way we make things is equally as important. That’s why we’ve chosen to manufacture locally using craftsmen schooled in the longstanding traditions of quality, heritage and purpose.”
New to Asher, amazing individually numbered pieces by local bronze artist Robert Broshears. This is 1 of 3 painstakingly intricate statues in store. Robert is a self taught artist concentrating on the creation of western subject bronze sculptures since 1991. He studied painting, design and metal casting at Olympic College in Bremerton 1973-1982. In 1992 and 1993, he studied anatomy and wildlife painting at the Jack Hines Artist workshop near Big Timber, Montana; he also attended a sculpture workshop in 1993 taught by Cowboy Artists of America Grant Speed, Joe Beeler and Mel Lawson known for their western bronze sculptures.
Broshears is the winner of many Best In Show awards making this sculpture a true piece of western art. Even if you don’t yet have the scratch to purchase all three, come on in and take a look, it’ll be well worth it.
Can’t wait to see this bag collaboration between our favorite denim craftsman, David Lim, of Kasil Workshop and men’s bag designer Ernest Alexander. This All-American collection is set for a November or December release.