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Caring for your leather

Rule 1! Attend to spills on leather immediately! Be aware that: Most leathers are treated with a topcoat or waxy protective layer during tanning, but this does not render the leather waterproof, and...

Raffia – enduring appeal

Raffia is obtained from the Raphia Palm tree, found growing in the tropical regions of Africa, the Philippines and in Madagascar.  The Raphia Palm’s main fronds can grow up to 18m in length and are...

Nubuck vs suede

Both suede and nubuck are genuine leathers.  The difference between them lies in the part of the hide used, and the tanning process. Nubuck This is a very supple leather, drum dyed, to give it a...

What is a pull-up leather?

Pull-up leather These hides are typically semi-aniline, and treated with oil or wax to give them a worn look.  The oils and waxes darken the original coloration, but ‘pull’ to a lighter colour when...

What is an aniline leather?

Aniline leather Aniline leathers are the most natural looking.  They are dyed using soluble dyes, which create a slightly marbled colour finish, and the natural scars and grain remain visible.  For...

Leather – 101!

The basics Leather is a natural product and thus each hide differs from the next with regards markings, grain, texture and colour.  Each finish or range has its pros and cons and one should always...
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