We are pleased to present you a complete offer of very beautiful articles in genuine leather. Available in many colours and finishes, our pencil cases, pockets, notebooks and bags of all sizes are an attractive offer to meet the expectations of all our customers.
Faithful to the spirit of the brand, Clairefontaine's leather goods offer pleasure and comfort of use. We have taken special care of the quality and strength of our items. These items are produced in our workshops in Morocco.
|Discover the range of Clairefontaine fabric pencil cases: plain or with patterns, find your own! Clairefontaine pencil cases are manufactured and tested with the same requirements as our stationery products.|
The vegetable tanning of our lamb leathers, with extracts of mimosa and quebracho, is carried out using environmentally friendly processes, without chromium or arsenic.
The CUIRISÉ TM finish of our products has been met with huge consumer success since its launch. This year we add many bags and notebooks with this very aesthetically pleasant finish.
CORK is natural, recyclable, renewable and biodegradable – the noble material par excellence.
Cork comes from the bark of the Cork oak, which is a tree that mainly grows up in the Mediterranean region.
Cork oak lives on average 180 years. His bark is harvesting every 9 or 10 year, and during this period the trees will never be cut or damaged. After the harvest, a new bark grows.
Thanks to the photosynthesis, the Cork oak is one of the tree species that absorbs the most the CO2, by fixing the greenhouse gas in his cells. The final result is positive for the environment because the carbon footprint becomes negative.
The adult tree maintains the life of the forest, and its natural ecosystem keeps the moisture of the floor and its roots protects the earth from erosion. The Cork oak forest is also the shelter of a huge number of animals.
Also known for its original beauty and its amazing characteristics, the Cork stays one of the most renewable and ecological resources in the world.
• 0 trees cut for the harvest of the bark.
• 80% of the Cork oak are located in Portugal and in Spain, which create new jobs in rural areas.
• 50 kilograms of CO2 are absorbed by the Cork oak for every kilogram of cork harvested.