Our Leather

Our Leather

Vegetable-Tanned Leather: 

A Sustainable and Timeless Choice for Your Leather Goods

Leather has been used for centuries to create durable and stylish products, from clothing to furniture. But as consumers become increasingly conscious about sustainability and durability, it’s important to consider the environmental impact of our materials. That’s where vegetable-tanned leather comes in.


The way of treating leather in order to preserve its raw quality without using chemicals has been around for centuries. Our Ancestors used natural materials such as bark, leaves, and fruits to create a process that delivered a more eco-friendly and sustainable leather than its chemically tanned counterparts.

Nowadays, consumers value the Vegetable-tanned leather process because of the many perks it brings to the product, like the unique and natural patina that develops over time, making it a timeless and valuable material for leather goods.

The process of vegetable tanning the leather involves soaking the rawhide in a solution made from natural tannins taken from plants like Acacia or Quebracho. Gradually the solution penetrates the pores of the leather, giving it its unique color, texture, and a unique and beautiful patina over time. The vegetable tanning process takes between one and two months, as opposed to the 1-day chrome tanning process.


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