Museum Calf Leather comes from the Ilcea Tannery in Italy. Ilcea has been making leather since the 1930’s and is well known for their premium calfskin leathers and as a supplier to many of the high-end luxury brands.

The museum calf is a full grain leather that was made famous by John Lobb in collaboration for their luxury shoes. This leather has a beautiful marbled look with the variation in the dark and light dye pattern and creates a stunning dimension to leather goods. This calf is their top grade and has a nice balance between supple and firm. It’s beautiful smooth finish coupled with soft yet firm feel make it a great choice for wallets, clutches, notebook covers and small leather goods needing durability for everyday wear and tear.

It is easy to cut and skive. This calfskin’s high quality and unique marbled finish will give your projects a premium look and feel.

Ichigo Ichie Shoemaker