The better the raw material, the better the leather

First published in the January/February 2020 edition of ILM
Published:  10 March, 2020
Dr Mike Redwood

There is no doubt that tanners need to be more creative with their lower grades, and generally more innovative with the whole business of leather making. Classic leathers and classic techniques have their place, but in a sizeable niche rather than mainstream. Leather has to evolve with society, and this century it has been behind the competition.

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