Murano Port

An entirely unique product, Murano takes the concept of a ‘crackle effect’ in leather to a whole new level.

Behind the crisp, bold colours in the range, the leather literally cracks when pulled in upholstery, revealing a contrasting under-colour that makes for a wildly individual look.

At its best when worked around corners, pleating, with stud-work or other upholstery techniques, Murano is without comparison in the leather world.

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Products in range

Murano Leaf
Murano Sage
Murano Slate
Murano Ocean
Murano Caramel
Murano Charcoal
Murano Ash
Murano Rum

Similar Colours

Shimmer Red Lux
Senso Inferno
Legacy Aged Tan
Britannia Burnt Umber
Newcastle Currant
Capelli Dark Monza
Shelly Anemone
Cambridge Deep Red
Legacy Brown
Britannia Choc Cherry
Shelly Wood Burner
Blake Paprika
Test Normative Unit Value
THICKNESS ISO2589 mm 0.9/1.1mm
TEAR STRENGTH ISO3377-2 N/mm 20N min
ADHESION ISO 11644 N/cm >2 N/cm min
COLOUR FASTNESS – ARTIFICIAL LIGHT ISO 105-B02 72 hr 5 min (Blue Scale)
FLEX RESISTANCE ISO 5402 50000 cycles No Cracks
COLOUR FASTNESS TO RUBBING ISO 11640 500 cycles dry 4 min (Grey Scale)
80 cycles wet 3/4 min (Grey Scale)
BURNING BEHAVIOUR TO CIGARETTE & MATCH FLAME ISO 1021-1 PASS
COLOUR FASTNESS TO WATER SPOTTING ISO 105-E07 3 min (Grey Scale)

Product Information

Type: Waxed Aniline (Cracked Effect)
Source: Italy
Average Hide Size: 5.0m²
Thickness: 1.0 – 1.1mm

An entirely unique product, Murano takes the concept of a ‘crackle effect’ in leather to a whole new level.

Behind the crisp, bold colours in the range, the leather literally cracks when pulled in upholstery, revealing a contrasting under-colour that makes for a wildly individual look.

At its best when worked around corners, pleating, with stud-work or other upholstery techniques, Murano is without comparison in the leather world.

All colours are in stock at the supplier’s warehouse and available for quick-ship delivery.

Custom colours are available on request.

Tannery Environmental Notes

Murano is produced by an ISO 14001 certified company. This ISO Standard recognises organisations that are committed to environmental management and operate in an environmentally sustainable manner.

The company also carries the ISO 9001 Quality Certification, which recognises its quality and management systems throughout its global operations. Their commitment to environmentally responsible production has led to partnership programs with many of Europe’s leading green companies in the fields of automotive, aircraft, marine, garment, footwear and upholstery leather production. Murano is produced using only water-based dyes.

The tannery utilises some of the most advanced waste management techniques in the industry, with all tannery wastage (liquid, gas and solid) treated to European Standards on-site and again at a shared off-site facility.

The tannery is a Gold rated member of the Leather Working Group which is the leading industry organisation focused on sustainable and responsible leather production. They are also a member of the Sustainable Leather Foundation.

Care Instructions

Murano will require care and maintenance to continually offer the lasting beauty and comfort that only leather can provide.

Protect from direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure may cause the leather to fade over time.  This is especially important with aniline leather.

Protect leather from direct heat sources and heating vents. Vacuum regularly using soft brush attachments to remove dust & grit.

Remove spills by blotting with a soft & absorbent colourfast cloth.

We recommend the use of Guardsman products for pull up aniline leathers to spot clean and to revitalise your leather.  To preserve the character and supple nature of your leather, we recommend using the Pull Up Revive product as required to renew or restore areas that may have faded or been subject to excessive marking.

Treatment products should be tested on an unobtrusive area before applying to visible areas.

Do not use detergents, solvents or abrasive cleaners.  Do not dry clean or machine wash.

Deterioration arising from incorrect or inadequate maintenance are not considered faults in the leather and will void any warranty.