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About Stylla London

Born out of love of design, creativity and talent, Stylla London is a family-owned business based in Manchester, England, importing the best of Fair Trade home and gift products. We offer a range of unusual products that are exclusively designed and created for Stylla London by enormously skilled artisans in India.

Our Clients Opinion

Beautifully crafted item. It was bought as a present for my daughter and she loved it
This is a lovely magazine rack. It's very decorative and pleasant to look at. It holds a number of magazine's and papers easily and more importantly, is very sturdy: I have a very energetic dog running around and doesn't fall over when he runs past it or when he knocked into it. I really like it.
Vicky Masan
Purchased my second one. Arrived well before the stated date. I love the product. Very solid and a talking point!.
 Mrs Chritine P Hill
Excellent - well done Stylla. Order placed 22/12/17 - arrived 23/12/17 08.30 in the morning with standard delivery (estimated delivery was 02/12/18!). The gift arrived in time for Christmas and was just as shown on the website. Will definitely use Stylla again through Amazon.
Mr Neil Vincer

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Goat Leather Bags


What is the process?


Photo: Goat herding in India: happy, free-roaming Indian goats on their way to the next field.


The goats are taken out into the fields every day and when they are old enough they will be killed for the meat industry. Their hides are considered the waste product. This means that the hides can be bought rather cheaply which allows us to keep our operational costs low. This means we can offer our leather products at a very reasonable price. Our producers then prepare these hides before they enter the tanning process.


 Photo: Dried Babool tree bark is used to create a natural tanning solution.


Our bags are tanned using vegetable-based solutions. Chemical products, such as Chrome 6, are not used in Gusti Leather nature production. The tanning methods we use have been used since as early as the 12th century and the complete process can take anything from a few weeks to a few months to complete!



Photo: Right: untreated leather bag, Middle: after the first oiling, Left: after the second oiling.





Photo: Tanning of our bag with plant oils, Left: untreated bag, Right: after the first treatment.


Our Indian goatskin leather bags develop their rich brown, vintage look during the second treatment with plant oils (see photos above).