CoriumSacs is an acclamation of quintessential human delicacies, coalesced flawlessly with fashionable interpretations in design, material, and craftsmanship.
From the Greek origins of developing tanning formulas to produce dérma around 500BC to the contemporary use of leather in a multitude of products, be it accessories, apparel, footwear, and even walls! It’s an under-rated resource that has undoubtedly become a part of our everyday life.
The name CoriumSacs is firmly rooted in Latin & French origins. The simplistic etymology behind the nomenclature– Corium is Latin for “dermis” or dérma and hence skin, while sac is French for a “pouch”.
CoriumSacs offers an eccentric mix of design and craftsmanship with each of its products handcrafted from scratch. Every piece of accessory expresses fine creativity and elegance. With our upcoming additions to our catalog, we’re excited about the manifold possibilities this could unfold.
The imagination is the goal of history. I see culture as an effort to literally realise our collective dreams.
Export Certification - CLE (Council for Leather Exports)
Not only is our parent firm affiliated with the CLE, our organisation operated hand-in-hand with many domestic and international LWGs (Leather Working Groups) thus expanding the scope of future prospects.
Italian Imported Designs
We only use imported Italian, amongst others, foils that we apply at our in house application facility, using export grade, processed leather domestically procured from government certified tanneries with regulated implementation of concerned guidelines.
We have an ever expanding range of designs at our warehouse/production facility. As mentioned earlier, all designs for leather based materials are imported and categorized under several categories. From animal prints, including leopards, reptiles etc., to several abstract designs, geometric, natural, metallic.
In accordance with the categories mentioned on our website, the limit to design possibility exists only to the multitudinous permutations and combinations of pre-existing design 'base' foils or 'top' foils and various color combinations. Lay-Man's terms ? There's almost no technical limit to possible design variations.