no, good question man. I offer it normal (has a mild satin-y sheen to it like normal smooth leather) or washed, which I do by hand at home, which takes the shine off of it. I am not a fan of commercial washes that skew and shrink the grament as they usually crease the whole thing out and make it look fairly cheap, this is becoming common on the local leather goods market and I'm really beginning to hate it.
My hide by hide wash makes the jacket still skew and undulate a bit naturally, but it looks unintentional and I am getting flashbacks of old Julius and stuff in this washed lamb. Not the design so much but the leather itself. Also, once the lamb is washed, it doesn't have a really dark inky blackness to it anymore, it becomes a very dark dark grey and I imagine I could fade it out just a bit more with two washes, maybe. Julius used to give some heavy washes to their thick lamb (same weight as mine) and the finished product looked very similar.