Leather Origin - Pampora Leather
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The same philosophy and values of production.

After long research on the best leather on the market, we found out in the middle of the fascinating Toscan landscape, the Consortium "Pelle Al Vegetale". A place where the noble art of vegetable tanning is still alive, where the tanneries work hard to bring out the best quality of leather.


We are more than honored to have such suppliers who pursue the same visions for quality products and sustainable values. At Consortium, vegetable-tanned leather is still produced following the traditional methods while taking care of nature.

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Infusion, a Natural Extraction Process

This type of tanning uses only tannins of natural origins like walnut husks, tree bark, and grape waste - in this way making the leather unique in terms of comfort and well-being. Another major secret for durable leather is time, patience, and skillful experience.

Always choosing the first selection, from a limited production.

How hard is this leather?

Vegetable tanning is used to produce hard leather that - thanks to its resistance, can be used for leather soles and in some furnishing components.


In time, your item made from veg-tan leather will become softer and darker, rendering it truly unique and more beautiful with every passing year.

Is this leather sustainable?

Your leather item can be easily disposed of at the end of its life, due to the natural tanning. Many of the substances used during the tanning process are recovered, recycled and reused in different fields.

Leather Colors

Honey Brown

Dark Brown




Testa di moro



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