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The Tannery: Walpier Conceria, Tuscany, Italy (est. 1974)
Walpier Buttero leather is a purely of vegetable tanned leather with a smooth grain structure. Veg leather uses animal fats (tallow) and other natural vegetable oils. Vachetta leathers tend to be softer than other veg tan leathers such as bridle and harness.
Walpier is very similar to our Valdibrana leather - both Tanneries being part of the Vegetable Tanned Leather Consortium in Italy.
These cow leathers are known for their smooth grain texture and beautiful array of rich colors. The medium temper and 'hand' of these leathers allow for making beautiful products.
100% Aniline finish: The use of transparen­t aniline dyes allows the unique full grain texture of the hide to be visible.
These leathers are commonly used for higher end leather goods such as totes, wallets, bags, purses, briefcases, key fobs, and other small leather accessorie­s.
Pelle Vegetable: The Genuine Italian Vegetable Tanned Leather Consortium regulates, protects and guarantees the production of vegetable tanned leather in Tuscany through the product brand Vegetable Tanned Leather in Tuscany.
The Horween Leather Company is proud of the fact that it hasn't updated its techniques in over a hundred years. Most recent developmen­ts in leather tanning are all about cost and efficiency; Horween have other priorities. They've been making high quality, naturally tanned leather since 1905 and they’re quite happy with the way it’s working out for them. When Isadore Horween founded the company back then he had a simple philosophy about quality:
“The price goes on last, and if we cannot sell it for what it is worth, we should not make that leather. ”
He knew what he was talking about, too. Isadore started out in the industry because, shown samples of leather at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, he decided he could do better. After twelve years working for a local tannery he set up his own firm and lived up to his word. Since then five generation­s of Horweens have been producing leather in Chicago, and that guiding philosophy hasn't changed at all. While competitor­s have cut corners and gone for higher volume at lower prices, Horween have kept right on producing a high quality product the way it’s meant to be done. All their leather is still made in the factory where Horween have been located since 1920, by a unique, skilled team who bring a lot of talent into what they do. It’s a labor of love, and the results speak for themselves. If you need leather you can always rely on nothing else matches up. The NFL agrees; Horween is the exclusive supplier of leather for NFL footballs.
Modern leather is usually tanned with synthetic chemical solutions, most often a solution of chrome salts – up to 80% of all leather uses this process. Chrome tanning can be done in a day and the leather it produces is easily dyed. Higher quality leather is often tanned with aldehydes; automobile upholstery and many expensive shoes are usually made with this type of leather. Unfortunat­ely real vegetable-tanned leather has become scarce and hard to find – but not at Horween Leather Company.
All Horween leather is still traditiona­lly vegetable-tanned the old-fashioned way. It’s one of the few tanneries in the USA that still does the whole process in-house, starting with raw, cured hides and handling every stage between there and the end product. From selecting flawless, unblemishe­d native hides to delivering a piece of perfectly tanned leather can take two months or more, depending on the exact process used. Horween produce several styles of leather for different types of products but the quality is always the same.
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