Lacquer pigments for bright, rich colors

Stahl’s Florentique® lacquer pigments come in a range of bright, rich colors from jet black to lemon yellow and creamy white, and a range of pigment types including organic, carbon black, and iron oxide. Stahl’s lacquer pigments help manufactures to create attractive products for markets including the apparel, accessories and interior design industries.

Find out more about our lacquer pigments and their properties by downloading the catalog.

Pigmented lacquers add a coat of color after tanning and can produce full, bright color. In this way, our high-performance Florentique® lacquers enable manufacturers to produce high-quality leather products for many applications, including garments, shoes and leather goods, and upholstery.

Florentique® lacquer pigments that easily add color

Our Florentique® lacquer pigments can add several rich colors to leather, which manufacturers can easily apply as a lacquer. These lacquers contain high levels of pigment for strong effects. In particular, our tan-colored LP-5159 and Ochre LP-5185 iron oxides contain 21% pigment, while our creamy white LP-5138 TiO2 pigment contains 38%. Our lacquer pigments also have a range of specific gravity values.

Most of Stahl’s lacquer pigments are part of the LP-5100 series, but we also offer the LP-68-415. This is a carbon black pigment that produces a deep black color, with a pigment content of 2.0% and a specific gravity of 930 kg/m3.

The majority of Stahl’s lacquer pigments are part of our Stahl Neo® portfolio, which means that they comply with the ZDHC MRSL.