LEATHER FEATURE: BADALASSI CARLO
The Spanish word ‘Pueblo’ derives from Latin and means ‘people’. It refers to the indigenous peoples of the south-western America who are renowned as being proud individuals with a strong character.
The article name ‘Pueblo’ is a tribute to these people.
Produced by the world famous Badalassi Carlo tannery, Pueblo combines ruggedness with elegance.
Full Grain, pure 100% vegetable tanned, dyed through with a unique rustic appearance, and polished with the roll of amber stone that gives it a luxurious textured feel in the palm of your hand.
Rubbing the skins with a dry cloth will burnish it brighter as well as moving the colour darker. The more you use your journal, the more ‘lived in’ look you’ll achieve.
Pueblo can be treated with natural creams and waxes. The touch to begin feels textured, but even if untreated over the years, the surface will become silky smooth through handling.
“FOR US TANNING MEANS TO LEARN AND TO TEST, NEVER IMITATE….
In fact each skin of ours has its complicated personality with its qualities and lacks and it is exactly from their deep knowledge that comes out love and respect.
We work our skins with the hands, we carve them, we incise them, we colour them, giving them unequalled and refined features.
The true quality is given from essence of the skin, and every skin is different from the other ones. We exploit this, with all its own features.” – Carlo Badalassi
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