Bill Amberg Print

Leather is an extraordinary material. Durable, versatile and with a unique beauty and handle, its natural form has been decorated through gilding, painting and embossing for millennia.

Bill Amberg Print is a modern take on leather decoration that employs specialist digital printing technology, whilst retaining the material’s natural character and grain.


With over 30 years in the leather industry, Bill Amberg’s broad and in-depth knowledge of this material positions him uniquely to oversee creation of these remarkable upholstery leathers.

Working with the finest European hides printed with graphics specially developed by some of the world’s most renowned creatives, the resulting product has utility that stretches beyond its traditional upholstery functions, to bespoke furniture and a wide range of interior architectural uses.

Unique Leather

Working closely with our partner tannery, we developed a unique base material (or ‘crust’) from the highest quality raw material, using a proprietary tannage. This crust leather has been created specifically to accept the dyes used in digital printing.

Print Technology

Once designs are in place, our team prepares the artwork for printing. Our machine is one of only a handful in existence capable of printing full 5qm hides, in the highest quality; achieving a deep dye penetration to the leather.

Durable Finish

Free from heavy topcoats, the finish applied to our leather retains the luxurious natural characteristics of the material, whilst ensuring a robust and colourfast product that meets the technical standards and requirements of the interiors and furniture market.

Technical Specifications


Country of Origin: Spain
Grain: Full Grain
Character: Light Pebble Grain
Finish: Aniline Plus
Pull-Up: No
Configuration: Whole Hide
Area: 45-55 sq ft
Avg. Hide Size: 55″x67″
Avg. Thickness: 1.2-1.5mm
Raw Material: Premium European Bovine
Tannage: Wet White
Sustainability: Gold Certification, Leather Working Group 2020


Light Fastness
Water Spotting
Minimum Value
20 cycles – 5
20 cycles – 5
50 cycles – 5
4 (crust)
25 N
3 (crust)
DIN EN 13334
DIN EN ISO 11640
DIN EN ISO 11640
DIN EN ISO 11640
ISO 105-B02
DIN 53329
IUF 420