All these crafts gathered together in the Factory, bring together the know-how and incomparable workmanship of men and women who together contribute to the creation of these beautiful confections, always with great attention to detail and excellence.
It all begins with the designer Fred Pinel, who develops his initial sketches.
Creates the rendering of a piece on the computer before it is put into production by the craftsmen.
Makes the prototype, usually from 3D studies, sometimes not.
In his hands the trunks, boxes and some Pinel et Pinel bags come to life. He works with a variety of wood species.
Gathers together all the pieces that make up a style. He is the link between the cutter and the leatherworkers and organises the assembly of the leather goods.
Using a simple precision knife, the cutter cuts into the skins every part of the leather goods or trunk using cardboard templates.
He takes care of the assembly of leather goods at his table: he glues, assembles and folds back the edges using his bone folder.
Hand sews the leather goods. The seams are sewn with linen thread. He takes care of the colour coating and buffing the edges of the leather item with a hot iron.
He/she performs all the machine stitching of leather items.
They are specialists in covering the trunks and boxes in leather or other exotic skins. They glue the leather and place it on the wooden chest, in polypropylene or on cardboard cards.
Prepares the components and assembles them on the trunks and boxes. He provides the light, and sound of the other technologies such as Bluetooth or induction.
before being sent to one of the Maison Pinel et Pinel shops or to a customer, every item made in the workshops goes through Quality Control.
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