Today we continue talking about our exotic leathers, proposing you another type of python processing, a workmanship that we have already been using for some time but that, today, we want to introduce you more closely: Naponos python. This process is, in our opinion, one of the most refined and representative among our pythons workmanships because with its colours, often put in contrast each other, it highlights the natural livery of exotic skin, its natural design with its concentric geometries and its scales that seem to open to the touch.
But how is NAPONOS WORKMANSHIP made? Let’s see it together.
After opening our section presenting the “embroidered python” in Caffellatte variant, a truly original and refined python that has already captured the heart of many of our customers, we want to talk today about another python we are very proud about: “rope” python.
From the name, you can easily see that it is a very particular kind of python, very different from the image we all have of the classic python skin, with its soft scales and its shading colours.
Rope python in fact, at the mere sight, doesn’t look like a python but it has the look of a real rope, composed of intertwined threads giving life to a well-structured and strong fabric. Scales that, as we have repeated several times, characterize the real python skin, seem here almost inexistent and even the colour is identical to that one of the rope, with its grey and white shades.
But how is it possible that python skin, soft and supple as we have always known it, characterized by qualities such as harmony, elegance, softness and beauty, can suddenly assume the appearance of a rigid, structured and full-bodied rope?
It seems impossible but it is just like that.
Since its first beginnings as manufacturer and exporter of luxury leather goods, Gleni has distinguished itself for constant commitment in the search for styles and materials that could characterize products making them unique and unrepeatable.
We have always given importance to the design of our models, trying to create products able to enhance the appearance of the person wearing them but, at the same time, also to ensure comfort and practicality, preferring models with a sober and classic line, able to last in time. We pay attention to the hardware used for the finishes of our products, always opting for a qualitative accessory but, above all, we invest a large part of our working time in the selection and choice of leathers we use to give life to our products.
This is perhaps the aspect of our work that most involves and intrigues us, maybe because our staff is completely made up of women and we are all very curious to discover what new colours and new different treatments of exotic leather have been proposed by tanneries at the Lineapelle (the six-monthly fair specifically dedicated to the presentation of novelties in matter of leather).
Every time there is to prepare a new collection, we spend a lot of time choosing the skin that, in our opinion, best fits the model of one bag rather than another and, every time, we try to find a colour or maybe a leather process able to transform our collection into something unique, superb and irresistible.