FAQ

How can I find the right leather?

You have to use the search options, digiting a word like soft, matt or dressy or you can use the drop menu following the catagories untill arrive to the color you want. At the end you can refine your search introducing the use for shoes, leathergoods or garment

How can I get the best price?

It depends on quantity per item, the mix of colors and sizes. It is difficult to tell you in advance but we will certainly do everything to satisfy you.

Can I receive confirmation samples? Does it have a cost?

Yes, all the classic leathers such as calf and goat can be shipped all over the world without problems, while for leathers such as python and crocodile a Cites declaration is necessary for which the export practices would be long and expensive. The cost is € 10 per item plus shipping costs.

I have not found the article I was looking for. How can you help me?

Don’t worry, in Italy there are 1,200 tanneries that make up 22% of world production. We will contact all untill we will meet your needs.

How do you measure crocodile skin?

In cm considering the widest part of the belly, paying close attention to what we are including in this measure. In Belly the cartilaginous part must be excluded from the measurement as it cannot be used because it is subject to breakage: often this part is discarded by the tannery to facilitate all commercial operations, but if it is not, remember to measure from the center of the last bone in the two ends! The measurement practice is to gather the sizes (for example 25/29 cm, 30/34 cm) thus assigning price groups and clearly larger is the skin more the price per cm increases since the surface for cutting is greater …

How do you evaluate the choice of a crocodile skin?

The practice is to consider only the belly defects while the neck and tail do not influence the evaluation. Normally we divide the stomach into 4 quadrants and in the case of no defect it declares 1st choice, in the case of a quadrant with defect it is 2nd, in the case of two quadrants it is 3rd. Clearly the importance of the defect, the type of use and the object for which the skin was made influences the evaluation: a closed scar can be invisible, a parasite that could represent a defect can instead be seen as the natural part of the skin.