Vegetable-tanned leather embodies the experience of our life. It matures over time, a rare material that actually improves with age and use. It is precisely these changes and personalization that testify to the naturalness of the product. The innate colors of the tannins  give warm tones to the leather, which tend to intensify with the passage of time and daily use.

Choosing a product made of Tuscan Vegetable-Tanned Leather means choosing a one-of-a-kind object that uniquely reflects the owner’s values and lifestyle.

No leather is exactly the same as any other, its intrinsic characteristics offer a wide range of possible interpretations in shape and design. Designers find a material capable of adding value to their project, consumers find a product which transcends fast fashion and trends, gaining value with the passing of time.

  • No animal is killed for its skin. On the contrary, the raw hides used by  tanneries are the discarded by-products of the food industry producing meat for human consumption  which otherwise would have notable environmental impact in their disposal.

  • Starting with a natural and renewable material, tanned with natural tannins, a vegetable-tanned leather object can biodegrade at the end of its lifecycle, thanks to its chemical-biological characteristics.

  • Many of the substances used during the tanning process are recovered, recycled, and reused in different fields. 

  • Tuscan vegetable-tanned leather, recognizable by its trademark, does not contain any toxic substances such as azo-dyes, nickel, PCP or chrome VI, harmful not only to man but also to the environment.