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JaneFinds Top 12 Favorite Leathers

Male calf leather known for its fair softness and grain size. Ever since its introduction in 1997, this leather has gained much popularity for its convenience. It is developed in a wide array of product from bags to accessories.

One of the leathers originally called the Mu. Male cowhide known for its soft texture. It is developed in a wide array of product from bags to accessories.

Male calf leather known for its fair softness and matte texture. Due to its high water resistance out of all cowhide, this leather is also utilized in casual bags such as the Garden Party.

Processed male calf leather known for its fine press. Ever since its first appearance in 2003 this leather has gained much popularity for its convenience. It is developed in a wide array of product from bags to accessories.

Processed male cowhide known for its comparatively fine press. Introduced in 2009 and has been developed mainly for bags and in limited colors.

Male calf leather known for its fair softness and smooth texture. Introduced in 2006, this leather obtains superb coloring.

Male calf leather contains elasticity, a matte texture, and is very delicate like tanned leather. With time, the leather’s original oil content changes the color into a maturing color with a slightly glossy touch.

The name originates from a 1890s English shoe craftsman, Joseph Box. Male calf leather with luster created by a polish process over smooth leather. It is known for its developed elegant luster with time.

Made from male calf leather that is a smooth and delicate and has a brilliant glossy finish. Brings out the leather’s richness and beauty over time.

Introduced in 2002, this male mountain goat leather is known for its fair softness and grain size. Since largely sized mountain goat is limited, this leather is developed mainly in smaller items and Birkin 25.

Male mountain goat leather known for its fair softness and grain size. Its charming luster and unique press is characteristic of this leather.

Leather of male calf from the Adrenne region spreading from Northern France to Southern Belgium. It is known for its pressed processing. Since this leather is discontinued, the Vache Liegee is its successor.

Peaux Classiques - Cowhide Cuir
Natural Grained Skin

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Male calf leather known for its fair softness and grain size. Ever since its introduction in 1997, this leather has gained much popularity for its convenience. It is developed in a wide array of product from bags to accessories.

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One of the leathers originally called the Mu. Male cowhide known for its soft texture. It is developed in a wide array of product from bags to accessories.

Male calf leather known for its fair softness and matte texture. Due to its high water resistance out of all cowhide, this leather is also utilized in casual bags such as the Garden Party.

Male calf leather making its first appearance in 2007 and is mainly developed in the Garden Party lineup. Because of the difference in coloring between the Negonda and Bufle Sindhu, there is a variance in the leather utilized due to color.

Male calf leather known for its fair firmness and its matte texture. Ever since its appearance in 2013, it has been developed in small leather items such as wallets.

Processed Grained Skin

Processed male calf leather known for its fine press. Ever since its first appearance in 2003 this leather has gained much popularity for its convenience. It is developed in a wide array of product from bags to accessories.

Processed male cowhide known for its comparatively fine press. Introduced in 2009 and has been developed mainly for bags and in limited colors.

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Processed female calf leather known for its fair firmness. Ever since its first appearance in 2012, this leather is mainly developed in the Garden Party lineup.

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Processed male calf leather known for its finely structured press. Ever since its appearance in 2012, it is developed in a wide array of products from bags to small leather items.

Smooth Skin

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Male calf leather known for its fair softness and smooth texture. Introduced in 2006, this leather obtains superb coloring.

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Since the surface of this tanned leather is not processed this male cowhide is very delicate. This leather is known for its maturing color with use and time. Developed in Natural and Black only.

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Male calf leather contains elasticity, a matte texture, and is very delicate like tanned leather. With time, the leather's original oil content changes the color into a maturing color with a slightly glossy touch.

The name originates from a 1890s English shoe craftsman, Joseph Box. Male calf leather with luster created by a polish process over a smooth leather. It is known for its developed elegant luster with time.

Made from male calf leather that is smooth and delicate and has a brilliant glossy finish. Brings out the leather's richness and beauty over time.

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Introduced in 2011, it is made from male calf leather that is smooth, delicate, and has a brilliant matte finish. It is known for its skin-like gentle texture and firmness.

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Leather of male calf originating from Chamonix in Monte Bianco, Alps in East France. It is known for its skin-like gentle texture and quality and is like a slightly matte version of the Veau Box.

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Introduced in 2004, this male calf leather is known for its thinness as well as its soft and smooth texture. Developed in caravan only.

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Male calf leather known for its softness, matte, and smooth texture.

Other Skin

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Male calf leather also known as the unborn calf that have been processed and dyed. It is known for its smooth texture and its beautiful coat containing luster.

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Male calf rawhide also known as Nubuck. The coat on the surface of this suede leather has been trimmed to a velvet finish.

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Male calf rawhide also known as Nubuck. The coat on the surface of this suede leather has a short trimming to a velvet finish.

Discontinued

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Cowhide leather containing luster known for its processed press. Introduced in 2004 and is developed mainly for bags in limited colors.

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Leather of male calf from the Adrenne region spreading from Northern France to Southern Belgium. It is known for its pressed processing. Since this leather is discontinued, the Vache Liegee is its successor.

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One of the leathers originally called the Mu. Male calf leather known for its softness and smooth texture. Since this leather is discontinued, the Veau Swift is its successor.

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Processed male calf leather known for its thin press and matte texture. Since this leather is discontinued, the Veau Epsom is its successor. Developed only in White and Natural.

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Male calf leather that has been glass processed and press processed and is known for its thin press with luster. Since this leather is discontinued, the Veau Epsom is its successor.

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Male calf leather that has been glass processed and press processed and is known for its thin press luster. It was developed to become the successor of the Couchevel and Veau Graine. Since this leather is discontinued, the Veau Epsom is its succesor.

Peaux Classiques - Chevre
Natural Grained Skin

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Introduced in 2002, this male mountain goat leather is known for its fair softness and grain size. Since largely sized mountain goat is limited, this leather is developed mainly in smaller items and Birkin 25.

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Male mountain goat leather known for its fair softness and garain size. Its charming luster and unique press is characteristic of this leather.

Discontinued

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Very delicate and sensitive leather utilizing the vertical pattern of dyed mountain goat skin folded in numerous layers and cut. It was developed in a wide color variation but is currently discontinued.

Peaux Classiques - Buffle

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Leather of buffalo known for its fair softness and slightly rough grain size. Due to its splendid water resistance, it is also widely utilized in casual bags such as the Garden Party line.

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Leather of water buffalo introduced in 2007. This leather is utilized in the Garden Party line only. Because of the difference in coloring between the Negonda and Bufle Sindhu, there is a variance in the leather utilized due to color.

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Leather of water buffalo known for its fair softness and comparatively intricate grain size. Due to this leather's characteristics, it is only developed in smaller items and accessories only.

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Introduced in 2009. Leather created from water buffalo originating from the region along the East Coast of Southern India. It is known for its fair softness and comparatively intricate grain size. Due to this leather's characteristics, it is only developed in smaller items and accessories only.

Discontinued

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This unique leather is dyed twice to create the Dalmatian print, reminding its observers of Disney's "101 Dalmatians". It was developed in a wide color variation but is currently discontinued.

Peaux Precieuses - Crocodile

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Leather created by polishing the spots with agate for a "Lisse Finish" to the leather of crocodile known as "salt water crocodiles" inhabiting brackish waters and originating from Australia and Southeast Asian countries such as Singapore.

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Leather created by polishing the spots with agate for a "Lisse Finish" to the leather of crocodile originating from Africa Nile River regions such as Zimbabwe. Niloticus means Nile River.

Leather created by polishing the spots with agate for a "Lisse Finish" to the leather of "Mississippi Alligator" originating from Mississippi in America. Mainly developed in wallets and Birkin 25.

Leather created by utilizing wool felt and polishing the spots with machinery, finishing it up with a matte touch to the leather of crocodile originating from Africa Nile River regions such as Zimbabwe. Niloticus means Nile River.

Leather created by utilizing wool felt and polishing the spots with machinery, finishing it up with a matte touch to the leather of crocodile originating from Africa Nile River regions such as Zimbabwe. Niloticus means Nile River.

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Leather created by utilizing wool felt and polishing the spots with machinery, finishing it up with a matte touch to the leather of " Mississippi Alligator" originating from Mississippi in America.

 Peaux Precieuses - Autruche

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Leather of ostrich mainly originating from South Africa and Australia. High class leather known for its polka dot like design created by quill marks left after plucking its feathers. It is widely utilized from bags to smaller items and accessories.

Peaux Precieuses - Lezard

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Leather of lizard mainly originating from Southeast Asia. High class leather known for its beautifully lined spots and charming luster. Mainly developed in smaller items and Birkin 25.

Lizard leather made its first appearance in the 2007 Fall/Winter collection. This leather is high in rare value and is processed without many alterations to express its natural texture. Mainly utilized in smaller items and Birkin 25.

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