It is basically the recolouring and rejuvenation of the leather that restores the original finish.
The process is named after The Connolly Leather Company (now no longer in existance) which pioneered the technique. They were located next door to the Rolls Royce factory and built up their reputation based on the fact that they supplied hides to both Rolls Royce and Aston Martin.
It is basically involves the recolouring and rejuvenation of the leather that restores the original finish which has been damaged through wear. The process involves a scrub-down to remove damaged surface finishes, filling, and then remoisturising it to prepare the leather for new dye to be added before reconditioning.
Although we follow a similar traditional approach, the recolouring process created by Connolly is a redundant system which lives on in name only as it has now been outclassed by modern techniques and more durable products.
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