What is Embossing?
Leather embossing is a stage of leather production and finishing where metal plates, rollers, sliders, and manual tools can be used to emboss or stamp designs, patterns, logos, and looks into leather. For instance, a crocodile look would have a roller or plate patterned to appear as though it were the skin of a crocodile. This would produce a faux crocodile leather look. Other embossing designs could include text, monograms, cartoon or even detailed images such as faces, locations, scenery. Embossing can occur over a period of time, where the leather is pressed using weight and left, or quickly where it is stamped once and finished.