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    Your leather furniture desires are realized as our buyers provide you an experience in leather upholstery that is fast becoming the
    material of choice for home furnishings throughout the United States and the World. Leather has a vigor, supple feel and wear-
    ability setting it apart from other fabric coverings. Because leather has an average lifespan far exceeding that of other fabric
    coverings, it’s easy to understand why the World is increasingly discovering the tremendous value investment leather represents .No
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    Tanning
    Treating raw hides to reduce their perish-ability.





    Finishing
    Any post tanning treatment, such as dyeing, rolling, pressing, spraying, lacquering, antiquing, waxing, buffing or glazing.




    Full Grain
    A genuine leather possesses its original, natural grain; leather which has not been altered, typically better quality leathers.






    Top Grain
    The top surface of the hide, most desired with all
    natural properties for quality leather furniture.









    Grain
    The distinctive pore and wrinkle pattern of a hide; may be either natural or embossed. Graining, like human fingerprints, is unique to
    each individual hide, and is the hallmark of quality full-grain leather hides.




    Sauvage

    Adding depth to a leather hide finish, this marbled appearance comes from blending colors during the dyeing process or hand paded




    Scars
    These form usually as a result of barbed wire damage the horns of other cattle and other variations in grain pattern that occur
    during the life of the animal. Actually a signal of better leathers.



    Milling
    The massaging of Hyde's to ensure glove softness. Done after finishing process they are tumbled for several hours.




    Distressed or Antiqued    

    De constructed leather accentuating natural markings generating a vintage appearance in cowhide only offered by custom
    applications. These leathers over time develop there own unique patina with use. Nothing could be more natural.



    Semi-Aniline or Aniline Plus
    Sometimes called "Aniline Plus", these leathers are first drum dyed in penetrating aniline dyes. Then a thin matching topcoat is
    applied to even out the color of the hide surface. The topcoat also serves to protect against fading and stains. Semi-Aniline leathers
    are available in hundreds of colors. They retain most of the softness of their aniline dyed cousins because the natural top grain is
    left intact. A much larger proportion of the world hide supply is suitable for this class of leathers and as a result are more moderately
    priced. A good choice for active family.



    Shade Variations
    No two hides are alike and due to the varying grain structure mentioned below, the dyes and finishes penetrate to differing degrees
    in different parts of the hide to give an attractive variation. While every attempt is made to achieve uniformity this is not always
    possible.



    Pure Aniline Dyed (An-aline)     

    Lovers of truly natural products are particularly fond of these leathers: their buttery, glove-soft texture add an extra dimension of
    comfort to your sofa or chair. To create this luxurious softness and their rich gem like colors, aniline dyed leathers are tumbled for
    up to 12 hours in drums containing transparent dyes. These dyes enhance the subtle textural and color variations of each hide.
    Through the years, pure aniline dyed leather develops a distinctive patina which add to its value as a focal point in your home.



    Corrected Grain Leathers
    Many hides are marred by naturally occurring imperfections. Insect bites, barbed wire scars, scrapes and other defects make them
    unsuitable for your home. To remove these imperfections, corrected grain leathers are first sanded or buffed, then embossed to
    restore the grain pattern. Finally, a dense protective coat is applied. Some natural softness is sacrificed in this process, but this
    makes for the most economical grade of top grain leather.



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