Sheep and lambskin are our core business but we also process the tanning for most common pelts such as rabbit, fox, cow, goat and deer. We source our skins mostly from Portugal. Our domestic Merino sheepskin is preferred due to their luxurious smooth feel and durability.


Tanning is the process that converts the raw skin into leather, a stable material which will not putrefy and can be worked on in many ways to produce different types of leather.

We use Chromium, Vegetable and Wet-White (ecological) tanning in our pelts, complying with REACH regulations. We also treat sheepskins for Medicinal use. Later the leather and fur can be dyed. Over the years we have developed a large color pallet, having specialized in fine-tuning to our customer’s needs.

The most common finishings that we apply to the leather are Double-face and Napalan. Fur finishings that are available are natural white wool, dyed/ton-ton wool, curly wool, combed wool, Brisa and Snow-Top.

Qualidade e Inovação

We have a close connection with the technological center for the tanning industry (CTIC) which is located in our area. This enables us to guarantee the quality of our product as well as better pursue further innovation.

Natural White Wool

The wool is treated in order to maintain its natural white coloring.

Napalan

The wool can be dyed in any color and the leather side is further treated in order to obtain a polished look.

Curly Wool

The wool is curled, giving it a firmer feel. Generally applied to Natural white-wool, Ton/Ton and Snow-Top finishings.

Snow-Top

The wool is dyed, generally to a color similar to that of the leather side (D/F), and is further treated in order to obtain white fading tips that are curly.

Brisa

The wool is dyed, generally to a color similar to that of the leather side (D/F), and is further treated in order to obtain white and yellow fading tips that are straight and lustrous.

Ton/Ton (T/T)

The wool is dyed in order to have a similar color to the leather side.

Double-Face (D/F)

Applied only to the highest quality skins as both faces of the skin are visible. The leather side must be as defect-free as possible to enable the smooth suede touch. Usually the leather side is dyed.