LEATHER HOUSE -- current & archived leathers from renowned tanneries worldwide used to make each Rever piece.
Origin: Italy -- Type: Calf, Milled
This leather is tumbled in a large drum to give it a softer and supple texture. This milling process also creates the signature "pebbled" appearance on the surface of the leather.
Origin: France & Italy -- Type: Goat, Semi-Aniline
The unique natural characteristics of this hide can be seen on its surface as only a small amount of pigment is used to provide protection from dirt and solvent. Goat leather is usually characterized by its longish pebbled grains.
Origin: German -- Type: Bovine, Embossed
Stiff and firm leather with regular grains. Hardy surface makes it scratch resistant and grains will fade in areas with high contact over time.
Origin: Italy -- Type: Calf, Chrome (Marble)
Using a special hand-dying technique, this leather gives off a vintage and rustic look.
Origin: Italy -- Type: Calf, Box
Stiff and rigid leather with a smooth finishing.
Origin: Italy -- Type: Goat, Vegetable Tanned
One of the oldest methods to tan leather, this type of tanning process allows the leather to age and patina visibly with time. By using goat leather, it gives it a softer touch in comparison to the usual bovine or calf vegetable-tanned counterparts.
Origin: Italy -- Type: Calf, Nappa
Recognized for its soft, buttery, supple touch.
Origin: France -- Type: Calf, Shrunken
This leather is created with a shrinking process that pulls the material closer together, resulting in beautiful heavy grains with pronounced veining, yet soft and supple to the touch. Due to its distinctive deep texture, this leather is extremely durable and easy to care for, without the rigidity that usually comes with similar hides.
Origin: Italy -- Type: Lamb, Semi-Aniline
One of the softest and delicate leathers, lamb leathers have the most supple touch. This leather requires the most care as the surface is easily scratched and damaged if one is not careful.