Enrico Pellizzoni brand was created in 1986 from a tradition in leather production that had spanned almost one hundred years. Since the early 1900s, the Pellizzoni family had made of leather their passion, initially entering the footwear sector but immediately repositioning themselves in furnishings. The company is traditionally based in Mariano Comense (Como - Italy) and has been established in its current 4,000 sq. m. complex since 1988, where essential residential and office furnishings are produced: chairs, armchairs, stools, sofas, tables, desks and accessories.
Full grain leather CPF is a material obtained by first quality bovine hides coming from EU member states. The part of leather used is the shoulder. During the tanning-phase, in which only natural substances are used, the pentachlorinephenol is absent according to EU Legislation. Tannin extracts are a fundamental ingredient for the slow tanning process and the quality of its result. The finishing of the leather is carried out with pigments and resins made of caseins, having therefore a very low toxic content. During the last phase, in order to prevent the surface from absorbing water, a compound of nitro emulsion is used. Small veins, wrinkles and imperceptible scratches on the surface prove its naturalness rendering each skin one of a kind. Leather is obtained by the butchering for feeding purposes. It’s produced in Tuscany, an Italian region well-known for production of some of the finest quality vegetable tanned leathers, and it’s protected and promoted by the trademark “Pelle Conciata al Vegetale in Toscana”. No bovine has been therefore killed only for furnishings consumerism.