Traditional tanneries in Nigeria are small-scale facilities where animal hides are processed into the leather using traditional methods passed down over generations. These tanneries are essential to the country's cultural heritage. Transforming hides into leather involves soaking, liming, tanning, and finishing, with each step performed by hand using natural materials.
Nigeria has a rich leathercraft tradition, with skilled artisans producing high-quality products.
Plateau State, Nigeria.