Your shopping cart

Total revenues (0)

It seems that your cart is currently empty!

Continue shopping

The origin of leather goods

by Juliette Angeletti |

Do you know the origin of leather goods? Let's travel back in time to discover the rise of this specialty.

The origin of the term “leather goods” is Moroccan. It dates from the beginning of the use of morocco (1536) which designates a leather obtained from goats and billy goats.

You should know that it was the Greeks and Romans who industrialized the tanning process first!

This is the birth of leather goods, which represents the making of bags, wallets, purses, belts and accessories in various skins, which makes it rich and diverse.

Leather goods refer to the preparation and trade of leather. There are vegetable and mineral tanning, the different types of leather (full grain leather, grained leather, split leather, nubuck), as well as the finishes, where the tanner can sand the skin, print a grain to diversify the finish and uses.

 

Leather goods owe their arrival in France to Granger and Sigismond d'Adelin in the 17th century. The biggest names in leather goods then flow from it: Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Goyard, Moynat ...

French know-how owes its international fame to the creativity and quality of the work of craftsmen!

Phi1.618 works exclusively with French artisans to promote its exceptional know-how.

 

Click here to find out in detail how our Philo leather handbag is made.

 

Eco-responsibility

Upcycling of leather from the dormant stocks of the largest French luxury houses. Quality products made to last. Maximum reduction of our carbon footprint.

Payment in 3X or 4X

Secure payment and possibility to pay in several installments free of charge with our trusted partner Alma.

Free delivery from 200 €

Free delivery from 200 € in mainland France.

Return within 15 days

If your purchase did not suit you, contact us within 15 days

Give a gift

Offer an exceptional gift made in France by craftsmen.

Find out more