Leather for Hermes bags

Ideally velvety and elastic skin, which
cannot be distinguished from the original
Our factory cooperates
with the best tanneries in Europe
, respectively, all the leather used in tailoring is imported
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The leather is delivered to the factory already processed
The most basic requirements for reptile skin are the complete absence of cuts and other mechanical damage.

Our factory uses ostrich leather from the Klein Karoo farm, which Hermes buys for its products.

These tactile sensations will undoubtedly be remembered

And you will not confuse them with anything other than the original!

Crocodile skin and alligator skin very flexible, strong and durable. Regular calfskin is soft to the touch, supple and velvety. When crushed, it returns to its original shape.

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Smooth skin
Types of Hermes leather for our bags and accessories
Barenia is a rare high-quality calf leather that has long been used by the Hermes equestrian division for the production of saddles and harnesses. Saddles for horses must withstand heavy impacts and Barenia's choice for this purpose is not accidental. It has a beautiful smooth appearance with a slight sheen. Barenia is durable, dense and resistant to water. Over time, a patina characteristic of this type of leather forms on it, there may be scuffs and scratches. It is this effect of "beautiful aging" that is so valued by collectors.
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Leather Swift soft to the touch, has an excellent smooth texture. Also a very popular type of Hermes leather. It perfectly absorbs colors, will be an excellent choice for connoisseurs of rich shades. Beautifully reflects the color in the sun.
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Veau Tadelakt is one of the most popular types of Hermes leather, although it is often confused with Box Calf due to many similarities. Both types of leather are known for their smooth and glossy finish, so they are prone to scratches and water stains if not wiped clean. Tadelakt has a silky texture.

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Box Calf is the oldest Hermes skin. Elastic, delicate smooth leather with a glossy sheen, which is very much appreciated by collectors. Box Calf is susceptible to scratches, but the scratches seem to merge into the overall shimmer of the skin and are not noticeable. If the Box calf leather gets wet in the rain, it must be wiped down. Currently, this material is extremely rare to see in boutiques. Most often, handbags made of this type of leather can be found in small vintage shops.
Calfskin
natural granular
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Clemence its structure is very similar to Togo. These two types of leather are often confused. Pay attention to the granules. In Clemence leather they are flatter than the granules in Togo leather. Clemence, compared to Togo, is a heavier and even softer leather that tends to sag over time.
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At Togo the structure of the skin is more pronounced and resembles a pebble. Perhaps this type of leather is the most famous Hermes from the granular category. Togo is a young calf leather that holds its shape perfectly. Such leather is more preferred by buyers, as it will look like new for many years. Togo is resistant to scratches, you just need to watch the corners of the bag. After a certain time of constant wear, they may need to be restored. It was first introduced in 1997.
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evercolor was introduced in 2013. Evercolor is pressed leather with a dense texture. It is soft to the touch and very durable, has a slight satin sheen. Originally used for small leather goods, Evercolor is now a popular choice for Kelly, Constance and Lindy bags.

Calfskin
artificially granulated
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Veau Epsom is one of the most popular materials on the Hermès leather list. Granules are formed by pressing the skin. The surface of such leather looks laminated.

Epsom leather retains its shape over time. Along with durability, the embossed surface allows it to be waterproof and less likely to scratch. Epsom leather is also very light and easy to clean with just the simple touch of a damp cloth.
Calfskin
processed
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Doblis Suede - untanned calfskin, also known as Grizzly. At its core, this is normal suede and should be kept away from water.
Goat skin
natural granular
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Chevre Mysore - mountain goat skin, known for its softness and granular surface. The leather is scratch resistant and very light. Mainly used for small size garments and 25 cm Birkin bags.

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Chevre Coromandel - the skin of a mountain goat, is distinguished by a soft granular surface with oblong ridges along its entire length. The leather is scratch resistant and very light. Well dyed.
Crocodile skin
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Porosus Crocodile Lisse - In the king of the exotic, Porosus, the gloss effect is achieved by careful polishing with an agate stone only after the appropriate color has been applied. It has distinct, pronounced, small pores.
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Porosus Crocodile Matte - This skin is obtained from the tummies of crocodiles raised in Australia. Undoubtedly, it is considered the most expensive exotic leather produced by Hermes. Despite its origin, the skin of Porosus crocodile does not accept water. Otherwise, stains may remain. You can recognize this type of leather by the icon (^) located to the right of the Hermes Paris inscription.
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Crocodile Niloticus Lisse - A glossy effect is achieved by polishing the leather until it acquires a beautiful sheen. Compared to alligator, Crocodile Niloticus skin pouches have larger scales and often lack distinct pores. In general, the crocodile is durable, but it must be kept away from water to prevent stains that are difficult to remove. Nilo leather bags can be recognized by the two dots (••) next to the main Hermes Paris inscription.

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Crocodile Niloticus Matte - matte effect is achieved by rubbing the surface with felt. The Niloticus crocodile originates from the Nile region of Zimbabwe. As with other exotics, the matte Nilo is more expensive than its shiny counterpart.
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Alligator Lisse - this type of skin is characterized by an umbilical scar, which has an elongated, irregular shape with a pattern. It is this pattern that is very often placed on the most prominent part of the handbag. The alligator has large, square scales in the middle and smaller, oval scales on the sides. It colors beautifully. The skin of the Mississippi Alligator looks similar to the skin of the Porosus crocodile, but the price of alligator handbags is cheaper. You can recognize alligator leather products by the square marking ( ▢ ) next to the Hermes Paris main inscription. Despite its origin, alligator skin also does not like water.

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alligator matte - matte skin of an alligator that lives in the waters of the Mississippi River in America. The matte effect is achieved by rubbing the surface with felt. Bags made from alligator skin feel slightly thicker and are significantly more resistant to abrasions and scratches. It is mainly used for the production of wallets and bags of the Birkin and Kelly models. As a rule, matte alligator skin is slightly more expensive than glossy and is in high demand.
Ostrich skin
processed
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Ostrich (ostrich leather) is the most durable exotic used by Hermes, known for its beautiful dotted pattern. It is soft, flexible and incredibly durable. In our work, our factory uses the skin of an ostrich from Klein Karoo. It is from this farm that Hermes buys leather for its products.
lizard skin
processed
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Lizard (Varanus Niloticus) - a delicate material that requires care to avoid drying out of the scales. Like most exotic Hermes leathers, lizard can be either matte or shiny. But even for matte products, small lizard scales give a slightly shiny look. Due to the size of the lizards, this type of skin is commonly seen in small accessories and handbags.
Types of Hermes Fabrics
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Toile H Hermes' most basic woven cotton fabric. This fabric is very strong and resistant to abrasion. Its texture looks like weaving two threads of different colors.

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Toile GM - a cotton fabric with a coarser weave than Toile H. This fabric is also very strong and resistant to abrasion. Its texture looks like weaving two threads of different colors.

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Toile Officer - cotton fabric made from a thinner thread. The texture looks like weaving a thread of one color. It is mainly used in the production of bags of the Garden Party and Herbag models.

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Toile So H - a fabric made of wool and cotton, obtained by weaving threads of two different colors. Features an H logo pattern woven all over. This fabric is very light and durable.

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