The Assyrians used it to make rafts, the Sumerians used it to make dresses, the Phoenicians used it to make water-pipes, and the Romans used it to make luxury goods. Between 5,000 to 3,000 B.C. the Romans mastered the art of vegetable tanning leather, continuing to uphold these inimitable standards to this day. Using an Italian leather from Tuscany, which is tanned from French dairy cows, Will Leather Goods has built simple and sturdy silhouettes to fit the weight of the leather and maximize its inherent beauty. An unlined tote, an updated U.S. Postman’s bag, a 1930s-inspired attache, and classic men’s wallets – understated, refined luxury leather goods for those of you who share our passion for the best leather in the world.