Pushing beyond the possible!
Entirely handcrafted by our meticulous artisans, our watch straps take time, patience and outstanding know-how unique to the industry. From selecting the very best quality leathers to product packaging, no fewer than 65 manual operations are required to produce one of our straps. They are also rigorously inspected both during and after production. From one-off pieces to large production runs, our watch strap workshops are able to meet your every need, adapting to your requirements and making your projects a reality.
These fundamentals of our straps are a perfect illustration of our know-how:
The cut edge strap: this finish originates from the finest saddlery tradition, the edges of the strap being cut with a special tool. The unfinished edge is then dyed, waxed or varnished for better quality protection and finish.
The rembordé or folded edge strap: in this finish, the edge of the strap is formed by the lining itself. The upper lining of the strap is folded over the edge and then underneath it. The lower lining is then placed against it to form a perfectly sealed strap.
The line: a mark made on the leather with a heated iron to emphasise the shape of the item. The movement must be confident and accurate as the material is marked by pressing down on the handle of the iron with the shoulder.
Hand sewing: the ultimate symbol of artisan-crafted leather work, the saddle stitch is skilfully sewn by hand. This method of sewing specific to the leather industry requires time and precision, resulting in rhythmical movements that contribute to the music of the workshop.