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Ostrich leather is recognizable for its unique knobby texture, resulting from the feather quill marks. This feature, as well as the natural flexibility of ostrich leather are both enhanced and preserved in the environmentally friendly chemical tanning and dyeing processes. The ostrich leather is offered in 37 standard colours in the range of more than 300, and more than 15 finishes including Saddle, Classic, Brush-off and Plunge.
On Average the skins are 130-140 dm² or 14-15 ft²
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