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PRODUCTS

We are proud to offer a wide variety of high-quality leather products, including ostrich leather, ostrich leg skin leather, crocodile belly skins, and lamb skin.

Our ostrich leather is a luxurious and exotic material that is known for its unique texture and durability. We offer a variety of colors and finishes, including glossy and matte options, so you can find the perfect leather for your project. Whether you're looking to make a statement with a bold red ostrich leather handbag or add a touch of sophistication to your home with a sleek black ostrich leather couch, we have you covered.

If you're looking for something a little different, our ostrich leg skin leather may be just what you need. With its distinctive scale pattern, ostrich leg skin leather adds a touch of edginess and individuality to any project. Whether you're looking to create a one-of-a-kind jacket or a pair of boots that will turn heads, our ostrich leg skin leather is sure to make a statement.

For those who prefer a more classic look, our crocodile belly skins are a timeless choice. Known for their distinctive pattern and durability, crocodile belly skins are often used to create high-end leather goods such as handbags, wallets, and shoes. Our crocodile belly skins come in a variety of colors and finishes, so you can find the perfect leather to suit your needs.

Last but not least, we offer high-quality lamb skin that is soft, supple, and perfect for a wide variety of projects. Whether you're looking to create a cozy jacket or add a touch of luxury to your home with a lamb skin throw pillow, our lamb skin leather is sure to impress.

All of our leather products are ethically sourced and carefully selected for their quality and durability. We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible experience, and we stand behind our products with a satisfaction guarantee. Shop with us today and discover the beauty and versatility of high-quality leather.

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THE ART OF OSTRICH TANNING

Like other exotic skins, ostrich is a small-area skin compared to bovine and horse hides and is ranked by the follicles per area since they thin out further away from the neck. It is processed consequently in a more particular way to preserve the largest possible space for processing and treatments and is put through more than 30 stages related to this. Per unit, it is comparable to goat and sheep skins, and the range of equipment used is about the same. For this reason, the smaller groups, smaller batches, subsequent longer tanning times and skills, increase the cost, elevating it to a luxury product.

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Ostrich leather is distinct in its appearance and is characterized by raised points that are localized to the center of the hide. The portion with these bumps is called the "crown". It's actually the back of the ostrich where the animal's neck meets its body. The bumps are quill follicles where a feather used to reside. On the left and right side of the diamond shaped crown, the skin is quite smooth. In fact, only about 1/3 of the whole skin has quill bumps. Since the crown is the most sought-after portion and since it constitutes such a small area of the skin, "full quill" ostrich products are considerably dearer when compared to bovine leather. This, along with the fact that it is one of the strongest commercial leathers, leads ostrich leather to be seen as a luxury item

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Chemical measurements must be precise to avoid mistakes and waste to produce a beautiful, finished skin. Skins are tagged, production takes time, and quality standards are high. Lime is added, removed and redone after days of processing, and expert clipping prevents skins from tangling with each other. Pigmentation cleans out of the surface, tanning with first stage dye prevention along the way. A well-finished hide necessarily receives high-quality natural colors and well-finishing dyes to industry and market standards.

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