Fish skins are turned into a material used to make belts, shoes and bags. Mitcham, Surrey.
M/S piles of Grimsby fish boxes full of fish skins. They go through a series of treatments which turns them into leather like material. This is the brain wave of two men Stanislaw Czuba and Witold Euncewicz. M/S as they examine the skins, one brushes the leather and machines polish it. M/S as it is covered with gold leaf or silver. M/S of strips of it hanging up on a rail. M/S of woman wearing belt made from the material, another has shoes and a handbag fashioned from it. Various shots of a lady wearing a dress which has a fitted top made from the material.