Leather is versatile natural product. It comes in many forms and is produced in a wide variety of ways and styles. We choose to produce our leather exclusively in Europe; Germany, Italy and mainly here in Holland. This way we can ensure our leather is of the highest quality and tanned under good working conditions with care and attention to the environment.
Our leather is made from European cowhides with a full-grain and aniline dyed basis, which can be worked for a diversity of unique looks and feels.
Whether you’re wearing a suit or worn-off jeans, this smooth leather with its naturally glossy finish fits every style. It’s no surprise then, this leather is a lasting favourite.
Our Vintage leather has a carefully abraded surface and a wax finish that gives a stonewashed look. The wax makes it more sensitive to scratches, making this lively leather more personal over time.
Its soft smooth surface makes Matte both distinctively colourful and discretely stylish. A rugged leather type that can withstand every daily hustle and bustle.
Inspired by high-end fashion houses, Crisple is embossed with a fine Saffiano print. This leather is resistant to staining and scratching, ensuring a long-lasting feeling of luxury.
Inspired by the classic driving glove. This sophisticated design ensures grip and tactility while making it an understated classic.
This trendy leather has a unique foil finish that creates a shade of intense luminosity. The additional protective layer ensures a smooth surface.
The classic herringbone pattern reimagined for a present day wallet. This leather is embossed consecutively for a textured look and feel.
A detailed embossing of a geometric micro-pattern makes this sturdy leather reflect subtly.
A hexagon pattern consisting of three separate layers of rich finishing reveal a blue highlight in this leather.
New leather made in collaboration with Dutch Martin. An embossed basket design which becomes shinier through use.
Ornament brings a traditional Baroque pattern to a modern product. The supple, embossed leather appeals to both sight and touch.
With a deep duotone colour, the fine lizard embossing makes Rango striking in subtle ways. A leather type that stands the test of time.
Named after a Dutch artisan specialising in leather finishing, this leather was exclusively developed for our wallets. The hard carnauba wax makes the Dutch Martin characteristic in look and feel.
Inspired by the unique colouring of denim, our Indigo wallets are dipped to a perfect shade of blue.
Hand-finished embossing reimagines the traditional crocodile-leather look for the modern era. Their matte finish makes these wallets as sweet as they are tough.
This leather has a handmade crocodile embossed finish. The deep rich multitoned colour is achieved with the special tamponato technique and finished with a high gloss.
Using only natural materials, an Italian family tannery employs the traditional process of vegetable tanning to make this distinctive leather age beautifully.
Embroidered with our own designs, the combination of high-quality vegetable-tanned leather and coloured threads elevate the sensory experience of the Stitch.
A very smooth full grain Italian leather with a polished finish that provides an elegant shine and remains beautiful over time.
Featuring an iconic pattern that has been around for centuries, this tonal paisley pattern is very subtle and shows with reflection of light.
Embrace a feeling of retro luxury with this Italian leather that brings you a refined touch of glitter and glamour.
This leather is famous for its diagonal lines and cross-hatch pattern. Its a favourite finish for luxury leather goods for decades due to its timeless appearance, scratch resistant surface and long lifespan.
This style has a look of scrunched up paper and is made of a durable leather sourced in Germany.
This style has the look and feel of iconic twill fabric, but with the durability and character of leather.
The top layer of the hide forms the highest quality leather. This favourite among luxury brands retains most of leather’s natural appeal. In contrast to corrected leather, the surface of full-grain leather has not been sanded to remove natural marks. Our full-grain leather variants are finished in one of two ways; aniline and semi-aniline.
Our soft split leather takes its name from the production process, in which cowhides are split in two parts. The top layer forms full- or corrected-grain leather, while the bottom part forms the basis for split leather or suede. We use this leather to create highly altered leathers such as our Glamour line.
Corrected-grain leather starts out as full-grain leather and is worked to create specific surface characteristics. By coating and sanding the leather we can create a variety of feels and looks. Our wallets made of corrected-grain leather are typically more resistant to water and stains.
The soluble dyes used in aniline colouring don’t coat the skin but penetrate its surface, colouring it all the way through. Full aniline means no other finish had been used to cover the surface of the leather, keeping the leather’s look close to its natural origin. In this manner the natural texture with all its character remains visible.
Semi-aniline is a process similar to full-aniline, but adds a thin top coating to colour the leather further and/or protect it from wear and staining. Because we produce exclusively in the European Union, strict EU laws regulate the use of materials that could be damaging to health and the environment.
Leather is a natural material. Some irregularities may be visible on our products, meaning no two wallets are exactly the same. Over time our leather changes appearance by daily use and exposure to the elements.
The leather chosen for our wallets does not require any regular maintenance. If your wallet does get dirty or wet, there are several steps you may want to take to ensure the leather’s look and feel. Depending on the type of leather, there are two ways to go about this
These leather types have been treated so that the surface can be cleaned with a damp cloth. The leather is unlikely to absorb water or other materials. Therefore, we advise you not to use any polish, as this will only be superficial and actually rub off upon contact with your garments.
- Antique - Crisple - Dash - Diamond - Dutch Martin - Matte - Metallic - Nile - Optical - Rango - Saffiano
Since these leathers are prone to absorbing water, we recommend not trying to clean them. Any water or moisture used in this process would be absorbed by the wallet and may change its colour further. If you do get caught in typically Dutch weather and your wallet gets wet, best use a soft cloth to carefully pat it dry.
- Prism - Stitch - Twist - Veg - Vintage