The production process of our leather gloves starts in Neapolitan workshops in the Amalfi region of Italy. Once the leather has been tanned, dyed and dried, cutting forms are placed over the hides and our gloves start to take shape. Then cashmere, silk and fur linings are applied to the leather and then stitched to complete the gloves.
Detailing such as contrast stitching, zips, cuffs and quilts is the next process involved in the production of our Italian nappa and suede leather gloves. Once this is completed, quality control is carried out by a small family run workshop in the north of Italy then shipped to us in the UK.