Hoekbank, Losse bank
Sauvage is a velvety soft aniline leather with a fine natural scar. This leather is a wild leather in a special, traditional dressing. The leather is only dyed aniline barrel, deliberately shortened in time so that the light core remains in the leather and thus a so-called barrel staining occurs. So there are interesting color games of the skins. Above all, all characteristic natural features, such as scars, insect bites, neck folds, barbed wire cracks, etc. are also preserved. These are typical natural features and are not artificially created and printed, so they appear individual, different for every skin. These drawings are proof of the promised naturalness and intentional expression of this leather and can therefore of course not be recognized as a complaint! The thickness of the leather is 0.9 – 1.1 mm.