• Fabric Ranges

  • Fabric Colours

  • Fabric Patterns

  • Fabric Composition

  • Fabric Usage

Leather

Antique – Amber

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.
This leather has a lightly waxed, and marbled colour finish.  Natural markings can be seen in the lighter colours, giving it an aged and slightly creased look.

Antique – Taupe

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.
This leather has a lightly waxed, and marbled colour finish.  Natural markings can be seen in the lighter colours, giving it an aged and slightly creased look.

Antique Black

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.

This leather has a lightly waxed, and marbled colour finish.  Natural markings can be seen in the lighter colours, giving it an aged and slightly creased look.

Blesbok

Blesbok pelts are slightly bigger than springbok, and are available in varyign shades of grey to tan.  Sold per skin.

Buffed – charcoal

Karabib – Mocha

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.

This leather is slightly marbled, similar to the Okavango range, but has been additionally buffed for a smoother finish.

Kudu

Kudu leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approx. 2-3 sqmtr.

Kudu has a very soft glove-leather feel and larger grain than bovine leather.  Natural markings are evident and holes occasionally present.

Kudu – Cognac

Kudu leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approx. 2-3 sqmtr.

Kudu has a very soft glove-leather feel and larger grain than bovine leather.  Natural markings are evident and holes occasionally present.

Luxury – Arctic White

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.

Luxury leather is grain-corrected resulting in an even texture and is deeply pigmented for a luxury contemporary look.

Luxury – Eggshell

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.

Luxury leather is grain-corrected resulting in an even texture and is deeply pigmented for a luxury contemporary look.

Luxury – Whipped Cream

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.

Luxury leather is grain-corrected resulting in an even texture and is deeply pigmented for a luxury contemporary look.

 

Napa

Napa leather is a leather, recognisable for its very soft and supple feel.  It’s usually corrected grain and dyed.

 

Nguni

Nguni is a breed of cattle endemic to South Africa, and their distinctive patterns are very popular in home décor.  Hides can be loosely grouped as predominantly brown, predominantly black, or an unusual tri-colour.  Markings are primarily splotched or speckled. 

Nubuck – Caramel

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.

Nubuck/Suede is very supple, buffed to create a light pile, and drum dyed to create colour consistency on both sides of the hide.

Nubuck – Chocolate

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.

Nubuck/Suede is very supple, buffed to create a light pile, and drum dyed to create colour consistency on both sides of the hide.

Okavango – Black

Priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 metres

Okavango Black has a fairly uniform grain, some natural markings and a light shine.  It is characterised by a two tone look that is more evident in lighter colours.

 

Okavango – Buffed Betta Brown

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.

This leather has a fairly pronounced grain, some markings and a slightly two tone colour finish.  It has a naturally worn look and suede like finish.

Okavango – Buffed Oxblood

Leather is priced per metre and sold in hides of approximately 4 sqmtrs.

This leather has a fairly pronounced grain, some markings and a slightly two tone colour finish.  It has a naturally worn look and suede like finish.

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