Borbonese Leather

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Borbonese skin means quality and tradition. Borbonese printing is also called "Partridge's Eyes" because remembers the eyes of this bird. It is used to make high quality bags, shoes and wallets. The price refers to one skin of which is indicated the minimum or average size, usually most of the skins have bigger sizes.

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28,00 €

28,00 € per 1 pcs

  • 0,6 m² - 7 sq. ft. - 0,7 yd²

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Payment methods: Paypal, Credit Card, Cash on Delivery, Bank wire
Payment methods: Paypal, Credit Card, Cash on Delivery, Bank wire

Data sheet

TanningCrome
Type of LeatherGoat Leather
Leather PartFull Skin
Thickness RangeThin (0,4 ~ 1 mm)
Exact Thickness0,6 mm
Type of FinishigSuede - Velour
TemperSoft
Primary UseLeather Goods, Bags, Binding, Wallets. This leather is suitable for producing leather bags or purses, totes, luggage, wallets, book bindings, covers, lining and small leather goods in general.
Secondary UseShoes and Footwear. This leather is suitable for shoes and footwear of all kinds, from decoltè to boots, elegant or sporty. The leather for shoes are resistant to bending and weathering.
Other UsesGarment. It is characterized by high quality finishes and reduced thickness which ensure lightness and comfort, this item is suitable for creating gloves, jackets, blazers, coats and many other leather garment items.
Average dimension of a skin0,6 m² - 6,6 sq. ft. - 0,7 yd²
Overall quality of leatherExcellent - 1° First Grade selection
Possibility to request samplesYes, you can request samples simply by sending a message with the reference number of the product.

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Borbonese skin means quality and tradition. Borbonese printing is also called "Partridge's Eyes" because remembers the eyes of this bird. It is used to make high quality bags and wallets. The price refers to one skin of which is indicated the minimum or average size, usually most of the skins have bigger sizes.

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