All our products are processed according to the best traditions handed down over the years, using artisan techniques that are part of the historical heritage of specific areas of Italy. In particular Tuscany is a region where, with passion and craft, leather is still worked with care using ancient techniques and manual tools. Each product goes through different phases: from the choice of the leather through the study of the model to get to the processing and sewing and painting. For some products special manufacturing processes are used such as the "ideal" sewing technique, or "garment dyeing/painting".


In the midst of the beautiful Tuscan landscape, between Pisa and Florence, the noble art of vegetable tanning of leather is still alive, one of the heritages of Tuscany.

vegetable tanning is a process that takes place in total respect for man and the environment, it uses only substances found in nature to give unique characteristics to the leather. We use tannins extracted from trees such as chestnut or mimosa. After tanning, the fattening phase and drum dyeing are carried out, with water-based aniline dyes.

Vegetable tanning with tannin is a real art that is handed down from generation to generation. The master tanners vigilantly guard their secrets.

Each boasts a special ancient recipe combined with cutting-edge technology. The type of tannin used, the doses, the tanning times, the processing methods make the difference.

All with the care and dedication that a natural process requires, with slow processing times.

Finally, the freshly tanned leathers are developed to be worked by leather craftsmen who transform them into bags, shoes, belts and many other objects of common use. Objects made with vegetable tanned leather are three times unique: because they are the result of an artisanal process; because they are created with unique materials and because over time they absorb traces of our experience.

Being natural products, animal skins in fact have small differences: a mark, or a different shade that characterize them.

In the tanning process, tannin plays a fundamental role: it gives the leather properties capable of withstanding all subsequent processing stages.