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Leather that we use

Welcome to the Leather section of our website, where we take pride in showcasing the premium materials that we use to craft our luxurious products. At Serqet Leather, we believe that the quality of the leather is just as important as the design and craftsmanship of our products. That's why we use only the finest Italian leather, known for its durability, elegance, and richness. Each piece of leather is carefully selected to ensure it meets our strict standards for quality and appearance.


Shell Cordovan

Shell Cordovan is a type of leather that is prized for its durability, shine, and smooth texture. It is made from the rump of a horse and undergoes a labor-intensive tanning process that results in a dense and resilient material. Shell Cordovan leather is known for its rich color and natural shine that develops over time with use, making it a popular choice for high-end shoes, belts, and other leather goods. Unlike other leathers that can crack and dry out, Shell Cordovan becomes more supple with age, making it a great investment for those looking for long-lasting luxury.


Cowboy Wax

Conceria La Bretagna is a well-known Italian tannery that has been producing high-quality leather for over 60 years. One of their most popular products is the Cowboy Wax leather, which is a top-quality material that is sought after by many luxury brands and designers.

Cowboy Wax leather is made using a unique tanning process that involves the use of vegetable tannins and natural oils. This process gives the leather a distinctive appearance and texture, with a waxy finish that enhances its durability and resistance to wear and tear. The result is a leather that is both stylish and functional, perfect for a wide range of applications.


Pueblo is a type of leather known for its unique distressed finish, which gives it a rugged, vintage look. It is usually created by treating the leather with a combination of waxes and oils to produce a distinctive textured surface. The result is a leather that has a soft and supple feel, while still being durable and able to withstand daily use. Pueblo leather is popular for its versatility and can be used to create a wide range of products, from shoes and bags to jackets and furniture. Its aged appearance makes it a great choice for those who want a touch of rustic style in their leather goods.


Produced for nearly 100 years by one of the finest tanneries in France, Chèvre Chagrin leather can be seen on many high-end and bespoke leather accessories. This fully vegetable-tanned leather features the characteristic grain pattern of goat leather but is further enhanced by special tannins and finishing processes.

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