Leather Gloves

Leather is Nature’s gift to the glove maker. Its natural elasticity and recovery allows the hand to pass through the narrow part of the glove and then for the glove to reform around the hand and wrist to its original, close fitting shape. It is the glove cutter’s skill in selecting the right piece of leather for each different part of the glove and then preparing the leather so that it retains exactly the right amount of elasticity that makes for a perfect leather glove. It is a lengthy, costly process and there is no scope for short cuts or half measures. However, a good leather glove should retain its shape and definition for decades and easily repay the initial investment.

For dress gloves, only the best leather will do and ours comes from Pittards, the doyen of gloving leather, and some selected tanneries in Italy, where there is a centuries long tradition of tanning. Leather is naturally robust and durable - well able to withstand the daily knockabout of life. The primary rule is that, if your leather gloves get wet, you allow them to dry in their own time and never apply an external source of heat. From time to time a little conditioning cream, sparingly applied, will keep your gloves supple and bright.

For a complete guide of how to care for your leather gloves, visit our blog to find out more

Celine - Leather Glove with Button Cuff Regular price £95
Emilie - Classic Soft Leather Glove Regular price £95
Ariane - Leather Glove with Knot Trim Regular price £95
Isabelle - Leather Glove with Lace-up Detail Regular price £95
Marie - Quilted Leather Glove Regular price £95
Madeleine - Silk Lined Leather Glove Regular price £60
Clementine - Mid Length Suede and Cashmere Glove Regular price £110
Brigitte - Suede & Leather glove Regular price £95
Olivia - Cashmere Lined Suede Glove Regular price £95
Alana - Long Leather Glove with Lacing Regular price £190
Elodie - Long Leather Glove Regular price £190
Natalie - Leather glove with animal print cuff Regular price £95



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