In 1842, Jacob Offermann, formerly a son of a cloth trader, founded a leather factory in Bensberg, West Germany. In 1870, to manufacture excellent leather, the leather factory moved to Hundsiefen in the suburb of Bensberg, which is still in use today. Most of OFFERMANN’s products are high quality leather produced in Europe. The palladium-plated hardware and vegetable-tanned skill used in our products can decelerate the oxidation and make your bag as a new one. After a period of time’s hard work in operation, OFFERMANN becomes the most famous leather products in West Germany. Today, people regard OFFERMANN as an icon of quality and a symbol of global bran.