Eel Leather Panel

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Leather panels of true Eel. Mud-colored. Average dimension is indicated. 60x150 cm, 23x59in, 0,9 m², 10sf²

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44,00 €

44,00 € per 1 pcs

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

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Type of LeatherEel
Thickness RangeThin (0,4 ~ 1 mm)
Exact Thickness0,8 mm - (2 oz.)
Type of FinishigAniline
Finishing DescriptionAniline Leather is characterized by a natural look, it is the finest kind of leather coming from the best choices of raw. This type of finishing keeps the natural surface of the skin. Pros: natural look, top quality leather.
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 UsesFurnitures, Upholstery and Coverings. This kind of leather is intended to cover chairs, tables, puffs, sofa leather, carpet, armchairs, furniture, automotive interiors but it's also useable for every purpose.
Size of the skinMedium (up to 1,6m² | 18ft² | 2yd²)
Minimum size of the skin60x120 cm, 23x50in, 0,7 m², 8sf²
Average dimension of a skin60x150 cm, 23x59in, 0,9 m², 10sf²
Overall quality of leatherExcellent - 1° First Grade selection

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Leather panels of true Eel

60x150 cm, 23x59in, 0,9 m², 10sf²

Eelskin leather is highly prized. It is very smooth and exceptionally strong.

Eels are elongated fish, ranging in length from 5 cm (2.0 in) in the one-jawed eel (Monognathus ahlstromi)[dubious – discuss] to 4 m (13 ft) in the slender giant moray. Adults range in weight from 30 g (1.1 oz) to well over 25 kg (55 lb). They possess no pelvic fins, and many species also lack pectoral fins. The dorsal and anal fins are fused with the caudal fin, forming a single ribbon running along much of the length of the animal.