The reason for the relevance of Made in Italy.

How come “Made in Italy” is so renowned all over the world? What are the statistical rates on which the market is based? Read more.

  • What does a Made in Italy bag offer?

Buying a Made in Italy bag means choosing in the first place craftsmanship, study and creative design based on specific research of the best leathers and tanneries in circulation. 

Real leather, like the one offered by Florence Leather Market, is worked in the heart of Tuscany, in Florence.

Florence differs from other Italian cities for the origin and historical tradition of leather goods, which you can read about here.

Choosing a bag Made in Italy, means selecting a bag entirely designed and manufactured in Italy, with certification of the unique product, which differs from all others even in the smallest details of production. 

The excellence of genuine Tuscan leather is perceived by two of the main five senses: touch and smell. 

  • How does Made in Italy leather goods differ?

Within the production of leather handbags “Made in Italy“, you can find valuable features such as the plot of Italian style and culture.

Florence Leather Market offers a wider selection of products, based on a sober, true and always up-to-date style. The fundamental peculiarity of our bags and of the whole Tuscan production is: authenticity. 

Functionality, quality and resistance are peculiarities designed to ensure the buyer to fall in love with a good product of utility, comfort and durability over time. Genuine leather has in fact the peculiarity of acquiring more beauty with the passage of use over time. 

Handcrafted leather bags are ideal to stand out from the rest of the crowd, enhancing an evening dress and at the same time giving a fashionable look to a day outfit with jeans. 

The bags, as we have often argued, are not just an aesthetic accessory, but an element of utility essential to carry personal effects. 

  • How important is it in the marketplace?

The Italian leather industry has always had positive feedback all over the world, both in terms of development and style, and in terms of quality and economy. 

According to statistical studies, the leather industry only in 2015, has produced more than 5000 billion euros that have significantly increased the national economy, giving the opportunity to many people to learn a trade and spread the ancient skill. 

This industry in recent years has done nothing but grow thanks to its trade that has allowed it to spread, even more, the beauty and craftsmanship of Made in Italy. 

Italy is the seventh importing country in the world, and the second world exporter to most countries, among which the main ones are: France, Japan, United States, Hong-Kong and China.