Simply beautiful and very tough, Oonalfie presents its debut line of canine collars.  Designed and handcrafted in our studio, from the highest quality, double braid, marine rope.  This collar sets the bar above the rest.  Its stunning, signature, solid bronze clips give a glamorous yet rugged look, which can withstand what life throws at it.


Colours take inspiration from the natural world with earth tones and pastel accents.  Northern Lights pick out darker natural tones.  In our opinion this collar looks best on darker haired dogs but we'd loved to be proved wrong!


Our collars are designed to sit loosely around your dog’s neck and rest on their collar bone, as a necklace or pendant would.  They are a fixed in size, but there are range of sizes to accommodate most sizes and breeds of dog.

We also give customers the option to add a solid brass O ring, which is handy if you use a clip on lead.



Rope is 10mm thick, Bronze clip 5cm x 3cm

Collars sizes are internal circumference measurement (at the base of the dog's neck).  REMEMBER order up to 3cm bigger, to allow the collar to sit loosely on your dog’s collar bone.


About Oonalfie

Oonalfie, was founded in 2017 by Laura Shaw, who designs these beautiful high-end & Hard wearing dog accessories.  


Oonalfie – branded after Laura’s dogs, Oona and Alfie – produces some of the highest quality and finest designed, dog lifestyle products on the market today. Laura handcrafts the collars and leads from her studio in Oxfordshire.


Her mission is simple: to design, source and create products, which are beautifully designed, handmade and durable; bringing simple, everyday luxury to both dog and owner.

Classic Rope Dog Collar - Northern Lights

Internal Size Measurement
Solid Brass O Ring
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