Hamerli leather gloves


At Hamerli, we take great pride in our traditional table cut glovemaking process. This age-old technique has been passed down through generations, and it is at the heart of our handmade luxury leather gloves.
The art of table cut glovemaking dates back to the 17th century and has been refined over the centuries to create the perfect fit and quality. Our master craftsmen carefully select the finest leather hides, usually from ethically sourced lambskin or deerskin, to create our high-quality gloves.

The first step in the process is to lay the leather hide on a large wooden table. This step is crucial as it affects the fit and feel of the glove. Our skilled craftsmen then trace the pattern of the glove onto the leather hide using a sharp blade, taking into consideration the natural stretch and grain of the leather.

Next, the cut pieces of leather are sewn together using a technique called "piping," which is when small strips of leather are inserted between the two pieces being stitched. This not only creates a clean seam but also allows for a perfect fit and greater flexibility.

One of the most critical aspects of traditional table cut glovemaking is the incredible attention to detail.

Our skilled craftsmen take great care in hand stitching each glove, ensuring that every stitch is perfectly aligned and secure. After all the stitching is completed, the gloves are carefully pressed to shape them and bring out the richness of the leather. This step is crucial to achieving the final, elegant look of our gloves.

The traditional table cut glovemaking process is time-consuming and requires a high level of skill and precision. However, the result is a pair of luxurious, perfectly fitted gloves that are built to last.

Each pair is a true work of art, unique in its own way. In a world of mass-produced goods, Hamerli stands out by preserving this traditional technique and creating timeless pieces of luxury that will be treasured for years to come.

Hamerli leather gloves
Hamerli leather gloves