To adapt to current trends and embellished with modern details suggested by the new trends, the GLOVE PARISI, in his essence maintains his history sendind instant the message of a manual operation, organized, patient, as only a Work Traditional, maintained over time, may be it.
Through SMELL, sniffing the pleasant and not penetrating smell, we grant the “GOODNESS ‘OF TANNING” and with VIEW, in the encounter “THE INTACT FLOWER” we we rejoice in the absence of of mange or scars on their surfaces. So we hold and we start production of only skins with the qualities we wanted, conscious of the natural simplicity with which they will be easily appreciated above all by customers.
In our company THE CUTTING of the glove is performed still with the same process used by grandfather Domenico, MASTER GLOVE CUTTER of the most talented and competent, working around the first half of the last century.
This procedure involves the use of scissors, the skin used by us, but also mainly SHEEP GOATS, of DEER, WILD BOAR, GAZELLE, and sometimes BOVINE, is expansed on the bench, and through careful manual measurement will calculate the degree of elasticity, varying from skin to skin but also inside the same skin depending on the anatomical part considered.
The elasticity is lower in the neck, the croup is average, it is greater in the ventral part.
This complex variability, not easy to evaluate, it makes the glove between the various articles in skin, by far the most difficult to cut. A well cut glove, should not lengthen, but must be able to expand enough to allow a convenient introduction of the hand and then remodel on it. If the work is done well (and it is our greatest desire) gloves so cut very well to join hands in a pleasant way and comfortable even by modeling the underlying shapes, such as knuckles and phalanxes from which the proverbial expression “FITS LIKE A GROVE“.
After the cutting, and the consequent SHEARING of the fingers, made with steel molds, we assemble the various parts such as inches and forks which are leather inserts interposed between the fingers, in amounts 12 for pairs.
Then we proceed to THE SEAM, which can be:
STROCK: the two opposite edges are stitched and the edges joined by the yarn path by means of a spiral winding are virtually united. The glove is then turned, so that the seam remains within it.
It ‘a seam that streamlines the hand, lends itself especially for long gloves and gloves without lining, and is the one most commonly used by us.
SELLAIA: The two opposite flaps are sewn to about 2 mm from its edges which are not joint, the glove is not turned, it ‘a very strong seam that lends itself well to the heavy leather.
PICQUET: the two edges are overlapping one on the other and the glove is not turned, which remains visible for a flap only whose projection varies around 1 – 2- mm. About. And ‘the seam necessarily required for military supplies, but sometimes it is also required by others.
SEWING HAND: The two opposite edges are sewn to about 2 to 3 mm from its edges that are not joined, the glove is not revolted, The path of the sewing is done by hand, using a single thread very double stitching This takes a long time to run. It is of value and is reserved for more expensive products such as Deer, Peccary, Nichols or Nappa or the most valuable.
It is inserted on a wooden dummy in the shape of hand on which is then put on his leather glove.
The same applies to the remaining liners from us more adoperate:
Lining 100% Cashmere
The processing terminates with the IRONING of the glove which is made by the hands of steel inside which is placed a resistance for the necessary heating dib them.