ALBA LEATHER

ALL TYPE OF LEATHER IN MARKET?

all kind of leather

do you know all kind of leather types?do you know its important to know type of leather?its important because if you know kinds of leather and there usage you can take big share in leather market Alligator leather Alligator has a hard and shiny finish and is most suitable for …

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How the hides are dried

all leather including ostrich leather has drying process.this process is very important. hide drying process completes the previous step of winding , in fact the leather must be further dried and reach a humidity that varies from 6 to 10% and it is possible to do it mainly through three …

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do you know ostrich leather price?

do you know ostrich leather price?ostrich leather is super luxurios product and it buy and sell with diffrent prices in world.how do you find ostrich leather best prices?is that matter for you.many leather industries seek to find ostriches but they cant find ostrich leather with suitable prices.we can provide with …

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where is ostriches main markets?us, europe or asia??

the main market of ostrich leather is europian countries like italy and france,china and us.becuse they have big market and wealthy nation.and iran is second ostrich producer after south africa. there are a lot kind of ostrich producers and suppliers.they offer prices and qualites due tocustomers demands.ostrich is so beautiful …

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what makes the ostrich so attractive?

The first element that distinguishes the ostrich from the other leathers is that its skin is very different from the normal skin of veal or pork.This is a substantial difference not only from a qualitative point of view, but also aesthetically: the ostrich skin is rich in many dark follicles, …

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what is sheep skin?

Hairy lambskin or sheepskin and the products made from it are sold as a commodity. For about 10,000 years, domestic sheep ARE kept for sheep’s milk,meat and skins , making them probably the oldest farm animals. The use of sheep’s wool began about 3,000 years ago. With millions of skins …

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