Shopping for leather can be a difficult process and extremely confusing. The market is saturated with cheap fake leathers, low-quality craftsmanship, and hardware that breaks down after a season or two. To help separate the well-made from the overpriced replicas we here at Munira have compiled together this blog to help you to recognise high quality leather.
There are things in life that by definition imply distinctive sign of quality. In this group we should include handicraft. However, these days the very concept and the concept of the artisan have lost their value, due to the growing presence in the market of products sold as handicraft that actually come from an industrial production system.
We would line to present you with our new collection of iPhone 7 cases, which have benn developed hand in hand with Tarxia. Taracea, tradicional artisan marquetry technique from Granada, has been reinvented and adapted to these times. In this way, Tarxia has built a bridge between tradition and modernity, by bringing us these phone cases, which combine great quality with a meticulous design.
Granada is a city that receives each year a great number of visitors from all around the world, thanks to its extensive and varied monumental heritage, is certainly a dreamed destination mainly because of the famous Alhambra, which is the most visited monument in Spain and one of the most visited around the world, accompanied by the neighborhoods of the Sacromonte and the Albaicín.
Dear friends and followers,
We are very pleased to introduce you to our newest creation, a new handbag that we have decided to call “Clutch".
Here at Munira, we dedicate our lives to the design and production of various items including bags and wallets made from the very highest of quality leather, which has been locally sourced and produced with traditional techniques
The aim of this, article is a brief introduction to one of the most used techniques, where we dedicate most of our work: embossing, in particular the embossing style from the school of Granada.
Thanks to the visit of our new friend Talyat from Kazakhstan, who fell in love with our products, Munira has opened the way to Central Asia.
Documentary about Traditional Islamic Art, that has been revived and maintained by more than 30 European artesans, including us.