Keisel, coal in Amharic, official language of Ethiopia. Coal is used on a daily basis in Ethiopia for the preparation of cooking or coffee. This anthracite leather is tinted in a natural way, its color recalls our traditions.
Buna, coffee in the official language of Ethiopia, Amharic. Coffee is a tradition in Ethiopia, it is practiced in the form of a ceremony where we gather these relatives for this moment of conviviality. ALBASO chose to name this collection to make a wink to this tradition. The red burgundy of this naturally tinted leather is reminiscent of the coffee berry that turns red when ripe.
Hosaena means Palm Sunday in Amharic, the official language of Ethiopia. This celebration is a tradition in the Ethiopian Orthodox religion. During this day it is very common to see Ethiopians wearing rings or decorations on the front made (with palm leaves). We represent this tradition towards the green color of this leather which is naturally tinted.
Wärq, gold in the official language of Ethiopia, Amharic. Ethiopia is teeming with gold, precious stones, industrial minerals and other precious metals. ALBASO has chosen to name this beautiful natural tinted cognac leather, of the same name that one of the riches of our lands.