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Leather industry has been making its name since history. Though not all people understand its origin and processes involved, a lot still prefer to purchase goods that are great results of leather production. The leather production is said to have started in India. After some time, China, Korea and other Asian countries followed the trend in using this very durable material in creating different types of apparels, accessories, and useful materials at home. Some also picked some leather goods to match the interior designs of their flats and comfy homes.
Leather production has its world of its own. Though India is the country identified for processing the first leather goods, history would tell that the first piece of skin used was from Europe. This simple reason makes the whole leather production process complicated and one of a kind. The manufacturing and production of leather goods involve three main stages: the preparatory stage, tanning and crusting. People involved on this type of business should ensure that leather goods undergone these three stages of production to be competent when it comes to quality. Leather goods have become so popular because of its quality so a lot of people all over the world are purchasing different leather goods like wallet, purse, bags, and passport holders.
When it comes to price, some items would come very expensive. But mind you, this product is popular for its durability and longevity. So if you need to pay more than your specified budget, forget the loss of money thought but think of it as an investment and a great savings as it will surely last.
For all we know, any leather products are quite expensive. Probably because of the quality and value of the product or just because of the brand name of the product. A los angeles web design company really helped in building our understanding of the internet and how to leverage it for our leather firm.
Do you know where the leather comes from?
“Most leather comes from cattle who are slaughtered for meat, worn-out dairy cows who no longer produce enough milk to be profitable, and veal calves whose soft skin is particularly valuable. Each of these animals suffers a lifetime of cruel confinement and is ultimately harvested for their milk and/or flesh. They also suffer from overcrowding, weather extremes, and lack of food and water on the long trip to the slaughterhouse, with many dying on the way.”
These leathers did not only come from cows but dolfins, goats, lambs, horses, pigs, cats, elephants, cats and even dogs in some country.
Did you know that most of these animals are malnourished, sick and tortured before they kill it?
These animals have been living their whole lives in pain and end up in extreme pain as well.