The preparation of a leather product

The realization of a leather product requires different important processes: from cutting to quality control, passing through the preparation and assembly of the components. All stages that underline the mastery of the craftsmen of this sector, pride of our Made in Italy.

The cutting

The first phase is the cutting. The skins are first checked and selected, with the latest generation of electronic machinery, after which the various parts that will comprise the bag, the wallet or another accessory are cut: leather, flocking, linings or different reinforcements.

The splitting

Subsequently, the preparation of the leather product involves the splitting phase, which is achieved by lowering the thickness of the leather according to the type of bag that is being produced, adjusting its stiffness or softness. Thus the edges of the various components of the bag are smoothed.

During the various stages of processing, the skin may undergo modifications, ie it may retreat or lengthen. A margin of about 4 mm is then left at the edge, which increases the perimeter of the dial of the bag.

The re-cutting

After having rechecked and assembled all the parts of the bag, the re-cutting allows to finish the product, according to the exact proportions. This allows to meticulously finish the edges of the bag, using the same colors or deliberately creating color contrasts.

The assembly

This is the final stage and can be carried out on different types of machinery, but some steps – depending on the product and who makes it – can be done by hand, to give value to the craftsmanship of the product. Moreover, depending on the type of object, the operations of brushing and polishing of the leather can be the next steps.


The advantages of genuine handmade leather products

Fashionable handmade leather goods

In comparison to other materials, handmade leather goods have many advantages. Whether it’s handmade handbags, shoulder bags, clutches or briefcases, leather wins hands down every time. Leather travel bags, belts, wallets and backpack purses have a distinctive smell: nothing beats the smell of real leather. Man-made materials on the other hand are usually manufactured with different chemicals that give off a strange smell. The smell of synthetic shoes can be much worse after wearing them all day. This is not the case with leather shoes. They offer breathability, letting air in to cool feet and stop them from giving off bad odours.

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Italian Leather Belts: Different Models And Sizes For Any Occasion

Different Styles and Sizes for Any Occasion

If you are looking for something to match your outfit; whether formal or informal, you may need to consider looking for an Italian leather belt. These belts come in different designs and colours to suit any occasion and are made from genuine and original Italian cow leather. Genuine leather belts are a must have for every fashion conscious man or woman. Italian leather belts are the way to for anyone looking for style, elegance and durability.  

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Italian leather wallets as gifts for father’s day

Choose Italian leather wallets for Father’s Day

Your father’s wallet has probably seen a lot of wear and tear over the years. If it’s in a sorry state and one step away from crumbling into dust, what could be better than buying him a top quality Italian leather wallet? Genuine leather wallets make the ideal gift for Father’s Day especially when handcrafted out of stylish Italian leather. These fashionable men’s accessories are just the job for work and leisure. Each wallet is designed and hand made with A class leather. Every compartment has been beautifully hand sewn, many with double stitching.

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Leather goods manufacture: phases of leather working

First Phase of Leather Goods Manufacture: Skinning & Curing

The first stage in the leather goods manufacture process is skinning and curing. Skinning is the process of obtaining the animal skin for leather working. The skin must be removed from the animal after it has been killed, and also before the heat dissipates from the tissue.  

After this, the Curing process begins. Curing is done with salt, and this prevents the skin from decomposing between the time that it is obtained and the time that it is finally processed. It does this by removing any fluids or water from the skins, thereby preventing any bacteria from growing.

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