Nappa Leather

The term “nappa leather” is particularly confusing. This term is used in
the industry to describe lamb and sometimes goat leather; however it is
also used to refer to a combination tanning process which is how we are
using it for this summary.

Nappa is the most common form of
tanning used in the industry. The hide is tanned using chromium salts,
rolled or plated, and then pigments (the color) and other finishes are
applied to the surface of the leather.

A nappa finish can and
will have many different appearances, textures and qualities

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