In order to adequately describe this unique material, it is essential to list its quality characteristics.

PRIMO FIORE leather has extremely natural features, and this is emphasised by its incredible softness and unique touch characteristics such as the important silky effect. The unmistakable naturalness of first-grain leather also manifests itself in the form of wrinkles typical of the material: for this very reason, any superficial imprecision or discontinuity should be understood as a merit and not as a defect, because it represents a sign of the quality and authenticity of the leather itself.
All these characteristics are the manifestation of the few processes to which the material has been subjected.

In particular, there is a tendency not to sand, polish and, above all, not to touch up the leather superficially. When speaking of leather, hide or hide in general, important distinctions must be made between all the types found on the market.

Those seeking the finest materials should refer to this type of leather, i.e. PRIMO FIORE, because it is the most natural in its category and is unrivalled in quality. The tanning of this type of leather is vegetal and the price is consequently very high.

Such a fine leather lends itself to very high quality uses. The most traditional uses are undoubtedly leather goods, clothing and luxury footwear. It is also used for the upholstery of high-end sofas and armchairs. All this is possible thanks to a formidable resistance and, above all, thanks to a transpiration that knows no competitors.


Crocodile printed leather is a basic PRIMO FIORE leather on the surface of which a design is imprinted by printing (mostly by pressure), which is intended to imitate the appearance of the real crocodile.

With the same process, various types of wefts can be obtained, such as puff, deer, stingray, ostrich, etc.


Leather called NAPLAK is a PRIMO FIORE varnished base leather, obtained by applying one or more coats of pigmented lacquer, based on linseed oil.

Its main characteristic are the wrinkles that make it special and very soft!


Nubuck and suede are materials that are obtained from the skin of cows, sheepskin, deer and other animals.

These two types are quite similar both to the sight and to the touch, and the substantial difference between NABUK and suede consists in the type of base from which they are made, the type of process by which they are obtained, then the manufacturing process, the treatment and, last but not least, the price.

NABUK is usually one of the most expensive leathers as it requires a high quality raw hide to be produced (first grain). Suede, on the other hand, tends to be cheaper because it is obtained by processing the split. The velvety surface is obtained in the finishing stage through a brushing and sanding process.


Small freshwater reptiles bred for food, whose tough skin is tanned and dyed for use in leather goods.

TRACEABILITY: Through the certifications obtained, Zuma pellami wants to provide its customers with a means of transparency and reputation on the entire exotic leather supply chain.

The company is also a member of SARCA Southeast Asian Reptile Conservation Alliance, which deals with animal welfare and species protection. ICEC – AQC – LWG.


The PRIMO FIORE base, being a quality leather, makes maintenance easy with a neutral polish or neutral detergent on a damp cloth.

NAPLAK can be cleaned with a neutral, non-aggressive detergent.

NABUCK should be brushed to keep the hand velvety and is waterproofed.

AYERS, being a natural reptile with scales, should never be brushed, but simply wiped with a soft cloth and neutral detergent.

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