Leather handbags of this line are created by skilled artisans, who produce a limited number of items with a thorough quality control.
Made of cowhide and goat skin leather, the handbag’s materials are subjected to the tanning, and, from then on, they are no longer liable to decomposition.
The main raw material used in the fringes comes from goat leather residue (waste) purchased from Brazilian garment industries.
Talented artisans, skillfully weave crochet with the leather, adding volume to the strips, in order to bringing "Naia Indian girl’s" image to creational atmosphere of the handbag.
The finish off the soft nappa in this item is made through light pigmentation and natural waxes. The leather is finally tumbled, in order to provide the handbag a natural look and touch.