Niara Esmeralda

Niara Esmeralda

€1,200.00 Regular Price
€600.00Sale Price

Exclusive Niara Bag made of pirarucu fish leather, 100% handcrafted in Esmeralda Green color.

The bag comes with a removable and adjustable shoulder strap. Internal divider to store smaller items.


Designer Style: Niara

Colour: 02 Esmeralda Green

L: 20 x W: 13 cm

Limited quantity.

Made in Italy



Outer: 100% pirarucu fish skin leather from Brazil.

Artisanal metal accessories in sterling silver from Italy.

  • Should you not be 100% satisfied with your purchase, we are happy to exchange or refund it. Simply send us an email to telling us you wish to return or exchange the product and we’ll inform you about the delivery address.

    You have 7 calendar days to send back an item from the date you received it.


    To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. Your item must be in the original packaging and include the receipt or proof of purchase. Shipping costs are non­refundable.


    Once we receive your item, we will inspect it and notify you immediately. 

    If your return is approved, we will initiate a refund to your credit card (or original method of payment. You will receive the credit within approximately 7-10 days after the return processing date, depending on your card issuer's policies.


In the Amazon, the waste derived from fish skin, considered unsuitable for consumption, reaches up to 183 thousand tons per year. The biological pollution caused by the fish skin waste not only harms the environment but also the lives of the local communities. The main source of waste comes from the Pirarucu, a fish that attains a length of nearly 3 metres and a weight of 220 kg.

When you buy our bag, you help us to contribute to the reduction of fish waste in Amazonia; to offer a second alternative income to the Amazonian communities;  to promote the work/talent of small craftsmen; to propose unique pieces with impeccable quality.


Pirarucu leather is the main material of our collection. This fish is commonly consumed in Brazil and is one of the largest freshwater fishes on the planet. Native to the Amazon river basin, the Pirarucu benefits the ecosystem and the communities that live off fishing, a non-predatory activity that plays an important economic role. 


Nowadays, pirarucu has become one the world’s most luxurious organic products with the lowest environmental impact.