Taureau Leather

Dune

Taureau is an aniline leather with a soft touch, its intriguing appearance is both dusty and lustrous at the same time. These effects distinguish it from others on the market along with the smoothness and large size of the hides. This leather is taken from European bulls, and the lime-splitting method is used which allows for a smoother surface. It should be remembered that leather is a natural product and as such characteristics such as wrinkles and healed scars should not be considered as flaws, in fact on the contrary, they are evidence of the authenticity of its natural origin.

The tanning is done in Italy using the Chrome mineral method, any pollution created in the water during the process is purified prior to being released to the environment. All hides are purchased from accredited farms in Europe as a by-product of the meat industry and Italy has strict environmental laws in place to ensure any pollution created in the water during the process is purified prior to being released to the environment according to European Standards by the Acque del Chiampo state of the art purification plant.

Care

Leather is a natural product characterised by the unique tone and individual markings that the animal has acquired during its life which may include creases and stretchmarks, scars, and insect bites. Some softening and stretching of the leather is to be expected with use. Wipe leather with a clean, damp cloth on a weekly basis to remove dust and dirt particles that can work their way into the hide and abrade the surface.

To refresh your leather, care packages specifically designed for aniline and finished leathers are available at your nearest Jardan store. To treat difficult stains, we recommend contacting a specialist leather cleaner who can also assist with regular treatment of the leather to nourish and prolong the life of leather upholstery. Keep your leather furniture at least 30cm away from any sources of heat. Prolonged exposure to heating vents or radiators will cause your leather to dry out, crack, or harden.

Dune / Taureau Leather


Taureau Leather Range


Taureau is an aniline leather with a soft touch, its intriguing appearance is both dusty and lustrous at the same time. These effects distinguish it from others on the market along with the smoothness and large size of the hides. This leather is taken from European bulls, and the lime-splitting method is used which allows for a smoother surface. It should be remembered that leather is a natural product and as such characteristics such as wrinkles and healed scars should not be considered as flaws, in fact on the contrary, they are evidence of the authenticity of its natural origin.

The tanning is done in Italy using the Chrome mineral method, any pollution created in the water during the process is purified prior to being released to the environment. All hides are purchased from accredited farms in Europe as a by-product of the meat industry and Italy has strict environmental laws in place to ensure any pollution created in the water during the process is purified prior to being released to the environment according to European Standards by the Acque del Chiampo state of the art purification plant.

Care

Leather is a natural product characterised by the unique tone and individual markings that the animal has acquired during its life which may include creases and stretchmarks, scars, and insect bites. Some softening and stretching of the leather is to be expected with use. Wipe leather with a clean, damp cloth on a weekly basis to remove dust and dirt particles that can work their way into the hide and abrade the surface.

To refresh your leather, care packages specifically designed for aniline and finished leathers are available at your nearest Jardan store. To treat difficult stains, we recommend contacting a specialist leather cleaner who can also assist with regular treatment of the leather to nourish and prolong the life of leather upholstery. Keep your leather furniture at least 30cm away from any sources of heat. Prolonged exposure to heating vents or radiators will cause your leather to dry out, crack, or harden.