At Jaymar, all our leathers are classified by a system of grades. Indeed, these grades determine, most of the time, the level of treatment associated with each of these leathers. Thus, grade 10, is the grade with the highest level of treatment and grade 60, meanwhile, is much less treated and therefore much more natural. All in all higher grade leathers, such as 50 and 60, will be more expensive than lower grades, as it is much more difficult for tanneries to unearth aesthetically beautiful leathers to be kept in their natural form. While for the lower grades, they were often treated and corrected for their natural imperfections, which were too numerous to classify them under higher grades, thereby reducing their rarity and their price.