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Ostrich Skin Upholstery for Car Interiors

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Ostrich leather is a popular leather for custom designed car interiors. Ostrich leather can be applied to seats, arm rests, door panels, gear knobs, steering wheels, dashboards, and more. Ostrich skin is a strong, durable leather that is soft to the touch and covered with stippled quill marks that give it a unmatched appearance. Car enthusiasts and those...

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Genuine Zebra Rugs – They’re Not All The Same

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Zebra’s are one of nature’s most unique creatures – while most mammals rely on their colors to “blend” into their natural habitats, a Zebra’s skin has an incredibly unique striped texture that stands out. But most people realize that most Zebras are not entirely “white and black” – many of them feature...

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Is it illegal to sell genuine zebra rugs?

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Many Zebra hides are perfectly legal to import to the United States. While there are endangered species of the Zebra, most types are very common game for hunters because of their abundance. Herds of zebra are commonly found running wild through Africa and sometimes even found in human populated regions. They are a regular food source for Crocodiles,...

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New! Shark Skins and Additions to Stingray Inventory!

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If you haven’t noticed, we’ve dropped our prices for 2010 on many of our exotic skins and just today we’ve added 5 colors of freshly tanned 2010 Black Tip Shark skins, housed in our warehouses and ready for shipment! Genuine Shark skin is popular for upholstery and wallets where a durable long-lasting leather is desired. Shark has a fine...

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What are “pits” on exotic leather hides?

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So you purchased an exotic skin online, only to find that the delivered product is filled with tiny, unsightly indentations across the material. These indentations/dots are known as “pits”, and they’re the blemishes of the leather world, and depending on their depth and how many pits there are, they can devalue a finished hide from 1st...

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