Lambskins are tanned in the mass then heat embossed with a crocodile skin design. The leather is then softened in large drums. A completely transparent aniline finish reveals the natural grain of the lambskin. Vegetable tanning.
Origin of the leather: New Zealand, tanning Made in France
At the beginning, wear your dark colored accessory with dark clothing to avoid color transfer from the accessory onto articles of clothing.
Regularly apply a non-greasy and without silicon nourishing cream (Test along the interior of the bag or a less visible corner before applying to the rest of the bag).
Protect from heat sources.
Leather acquires a patina over time, it is a living and natural material. The delicacy with which you maintain your accessory will allow you to keep it for a long time.
Avoid rubbing your accessory against rough surfaces. This material scratches easily.
Avoid snagging your accessory, as the lambskin could tear.
Avoid contact with greasy or fatty substances.
Exposure to sunlight or artificial light can alter the colour of the leather.
Avoid contact with water. Beware that humidity may increase colour transfer and bleeding onto clothing.
Wallet. Fastens completely with a zipper. Change compartment. Card slots