Service List

Here is a list of the original hides, leather types, and finishing methods that our company provides.


Has a fuller fiber texture than sheepskin, and is strong and a bit tough. Has a characteristic bumpiness, and is very resistant to wear. Kid skin in particular is used for high quality insoles and gloves, etc.
The structure varies greatly across different parts of the hide, and it is difficult to get a consistent softness. Has a distinctive pore pattern on the surface.
Horse hide
The reticular layer of the rump hide is delicate. Can be made into a hard, glossy leather called cordovan. Used for school backpacks and belts, etc.
Known for its lightness and extreme softness.

*We do not handle skins of reptiles such as crocodile, lizard, or snake, nor ostriches or kangaroo.