Sully Goat Leather comes from Alran S.A.S. in France. Established in 1903 in the South of Tarn, the tannery has developed a vast expertise in the tanning of goat and been producing of the finest leather for luxury brands for over 100 years. The Sully is simply their top grade.
It's a top grade leather dyed completely through. This grained leather is scratch resistance.
BADALASSI CARLO PUEBLO COW
Pueblo vegetable tanned leather comes from the Badalassi Carlo Tannery in Italy who has an over-40-year long specialization in the production of “vacchetta” leather and in vegetable-tanning. It's a full grain leather, dyed completely through, medium firm with a unique rustic look (soft flesh side) that adds beautiful depth to the leather and makes for an amazing patina as it ages.
Novonappa® Leather comes from Tannery Haas in France who has been making leather since 1842. This premium calfskin leathers is double tanned to give a nice feel and a beautiful color.
Museum calf leather comes from Italy. The tannery has been making leather since the 1930's and is well known for their premium calfskin leathers and as a supplier to many of the luxury brands. This chrome tanned leather has a beautiful marbled look, beautiful smooth and soft finish. This museum calf is dyed completely through and the surface is hand dyed and finished.
Buttero vegetable tanned leather comes from Conceria Walpier tannery in Italy. This leather is completely "naked” and entirely natural (aniline leather dyed completely through). It's a smooth, firm and sensitive leather who will develop a unique patina as it ages over time.
Ostrich skin is one of the most elegant skins used in the luxury sector (after the alligator and the crocodile). The skin has a texture characterized by follicles, that is the pores from which the feathers appear. The ostrich leather is flexible, durable and resistant over time. The skins are a byproduct of the farm-raised for the meat and are not subject to CITES certification.
The alligator is the most noble exotic leather which is used in luxury leather goods. The leathers are from a french official reseller of the Heng Long tannery. The activities of this tannery comply with international regulations set by the Convention of International trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). Their skins are simply magnificent.
Crocodile leather is an extremely noble exotic leather which is widely used in luxury leather goods. Our Nile crocodile leather is native to Africa and come from French and Italian distributors. The skins are a by-product of animal husbandry for meat and are subject to CITES certification (Appendix II).
The Java lizard leather is native to Indonesia. The Java has small round scales, reminiscent of alligator leather. It's a flexible and resistant leather. Our skins are from a parisian reseller and are subject to CITES certification.
The stingray is a fish leather. The pearls of the skins we use are sanded for a smooth appearance.
Our suede leather is native to a finnish tannery specializes in tanning reindeer hides. This raw material of limited availability is something luxurious. The skins are a by-product of animal husbandry for meat. Meat is the most important source of income for reindeer herders in Scandinavia. The reindeer are living wild which means that leathers will have marks from the nature.