Our extensive range of upholstery leather is used by designers and manufacturers around the world. We also create bespoke leathers finished to precise specifications for high quality furniture manufacturers, designers, commerical fit-outs, airline fleets, private jets and luxury yachts.

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Contemporary style and comfort

Contemporary leathers for modern living

Luxurious and hard wearing, our high yielding finished upholstery has a soft natural milled appearance. Choose from contemporary colours or rich earthy tones. Urban is a corrected grain pigmented leather. Full grain leather range of Matisse is a lightly pigmented leather with a soft touch.

Traditional look Natural finish

Fine leather for character pieces

Tasman has become synonymous with its Natural range of upholstery leathers that enhance the natural characteristics of the hide.  With a variety of wax and oil finishes which are plated and milled and ironed to bring out the depth of the dyes and give a variety of looks from vintage to sophisticated aniline leathers with smooth finishes.

These are the finest leathers produced and with the wide range of finishes in the Natural leathers they will enhance your furniture for years to come.  Some of these leathers are more rugged with the natural markings of the hide, showing the character that differentiates it from others.

Luxury yachts

High quality standards and style

The leather for luxury yachts is made to precise specifications and colours for our partners. The finest leathers are used and finished to the highest standards.


Leather car interiors

The crust leathers that we supply are the base material for luxury leather car interiors around the world.  The high speciation’s required by our customers are consistently delivered by our technicians.  We add value to the New Zealand hide with a high level of product engineering with this semi-processed leather.

Technical specifications:
  • Schedule 4 Part 1 Cigarette test
  • Schedule 5 Part 1 Match Test (modifications of BS5852: Part 1) of the Furniture and Furnishings Fire Safety Regulations 1988.
  • Tasman leathers comply with Schedule 5 Part 5 (ignition source 5) in conjunction with appropriate foam combination.
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