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  1. This site has been awesome helping me rehome my hoarded leather, but I keep finding more! What I still have is about 50 pounds of cowboy boot parts (see below what I made with them); another 50 pounds or so of soft cowhide pieces from footprint size up to 3 sq ft; A few individual hides of lamb, goat, and pigskin; and a few bits of exotic leathers- snakeskin, lizard, etc. I'm not looking to get rich, just make some space! Asking about 75 cents a sq ft for the leather, 75 cents a pound for the boot tops, or less if you take more! Boot tops are some whole tops, some completed tops but still flat, and some that just have the stitching but are one layer... and a few that are motorcycle type boots with no stitching. Almost free if you take them all!!!!
  2. Hello Everyone, Doing a little outreach here... I did just post this in another forum so I apologize for the cross posting... We run a tannery in New York's Hudson Valley named Pergamena Parchments & Leathers. We have been around for a very long time, tanning leather here in the US since around 1840, and going back to 1550 in Germany. We have produced many different kinds of leather throughout our history, but have been producing mainly vegtan for the last 10 years. We do cow hide, as well as goat and calf leather. We do a softer cow leather than Hermann Oak, or Wickett & Craig, but it might be suitable for some applications and we can offer it waxed, etc. I have also seen some of the goat and calf leather producers/sellers mentioned on here so I thought this might be the right place to mention that as well. We also do some deerskin. Again, all vegtan and all domestic hides, mostly from the Northeast US. We supply primarily the bookbinding trade, accessories, and handbags. If someone is also looking to buy craft leathers from Tandy or similar suppliers, we have a good supply of one offs or 2nds that we offer directly on our Etsy shop. www.etsy.com/shop/PergamenaNY You are also welcome to check our website www.pergamena.net or call us at 845.457.3834 If you are seeing this and would like to give us a try we would welcome the sale, and the feedback on the material. As a thank you, you can use the promo code LEATHERWORKER2018 to save %10 on your purchase. Thanks again and I hope we can help you! Jesse Meyer Pergamena Parchments & Leathers
  3. I have Bottega Veneta-style crosshatch-look leather in black, brown, and white. Available as large hides, small cuts, and scrap by the pound. Up to 1000sf total, and anything in between. Great for bags, upholstery, book-binding. Located in Central NJ, or I am willing to ship.
  4. Wholesale lot of whole hides, cuts, shoulders, hair-on, full grain, and more for sale! Perfect for upholstery, bags, garments, belts, and a wide variety of other projects. We have about 40,000sf total, with individual quantities ranging from single hides to 2000+sf bundles. Discount and wholesale prices available on the entire lot, or individual pieces at quantity. Wholesale and retail buyers welcome. Please send me a message with your specific needs, including color, type, and quantity! Can shipped, or picked up locally in NY/NJ area. Click Here for photos. I can send more personalized photos depending on what you are looking for. Offering the best prices for almost any color, type, and quantity. We have full cowhides, halves, splits, suede, hair-on-hide, lamb, goat, sheep, belt leather, bridle, holster, saddle leather, metallics foil pressed, embossed, etc... We also have scrap and off-cuts available for sale by the pound. Please see my other listings, or message me for what you need! Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/y2mkzc5wpavb9qv/AABifeDDbK4G5jIOAtIS_9V4a?dl=0
  5. I have four high-end luxury hair-on cowhide rugs for sale:1) Italian-made unique design, lavender, blue, and brown. Uniquely beautiful coloring, texture, and shape. One of a kind, bought originally for over $1000, imported from Italy~96" long, 87" wide at bottom, 74" at middle, 59" at top2) Beautiful tan hair cowhides, consistent coloring. Two pieces available, each cost me $800. Imported from Brazil#1 = ~96" long, 80" wide at bottom, 66" at middle, 36" at top#2 = ~91" long, 80" wide at bottom, 66" at middle, 42" at top3) Cheetah Print, exotic and unique, originally cost $800, imported from BrazilAsking $395 each, or I will take $1180 for all four. Photos of All Rugs: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2o8tvtgmte66egm/AAAvMy6tVm025nwFPUgl75Hpa?dl=0I also have other hair-on split hides in various colors, as well as regular cow, suede, lamb, goat, bridle, belt leather, and more. Please let me know your specific leather needs! Nearly every color, texture, and type are available in high or low quantities. Great for upholstery, bags, garments, and everything in between!
  6. Having some trouble picking leathers for durability. Obviously a thick cowhide leather is going to be stronger than a thin calfskin, but, unless you're dealing with a thickness that isn't available in calfskin, that doesn't really come into it. For leather clothing, shoes, most bags, etc., the thickness required is available in both calf and cow. Like-for-like (similar thickness and similar tannage), which one is going to be more durable - calfskin, or mature cowhide. For scuffing/abrasion? Splitting? Stretching? Cracking? Thanks
  7. Hello, I live in Yountville Ca. I am looking for someone who can sew hair on cowhide for a test marketing project I want to do for 3 or 4 products. I would want to do an exclusive right brand name (mine) arrangement. Please contact me for approx. images of what i have in mine. Claudia cc124@comcast.net Put in sub. line: LEATHER CRAFTSMAN Thanks! Claudia C.
  8. When buying leather hides several customers aren't aware that the raw material used to produce leather has a large impact on the price. Cattle farms are located all over the world and are used primarily slaughtered for beef but certain countries and continents have different methods of raising cattle. The two most popular leather supplying continents are Europe and South America. Cattle farming is a huge business in South America as the terrain and countries are great locations for raising cows. The terrain and open fields make for excellent grazing and offer plenty of room for several hundred cows to be raised. These are good conditions for breeding cattle but one thing to remember when purchasing raw material from South America are the natural characteristics that are included. Most hides that come from South America will include insect bites, healed scars and brands. Insect bites are most commonly caused by ticks, being out in a large field or wooded area makes for an easy target. Healed scars can be caused by the animal brushing up against a fence line to ease an itch. Brands are a pretty common thing in the leather industry and are used to mark the cattle to signify the ranch that owns the cow. Brahma cows are the most popular breed that are found in South America, these are large cows that feature a hump on their neck. These type of hides will feature a hole in the neck area that is pictured in this blog post. These leather hides are considered a good value and are usually purchased in large volume by furniture and shoe makers. European cowhide is considered to be the nicest raw material selection. These cows are raised in much better conditions than those in South America. European hides are typically extremely clean and will feature little to no natural characteristics. Most these hides are collected and sent to Italy where tanneries are considered to be the best. Typically made into aniline leathers that will look and feel more natural than pigmented products. Neck wrinkles are sometimes visible in European leathers and only guarantee the quality and authenticity of the leather. Healed scars can also be present in European raw material but are not as common as South American raw materials. The big difference between these raw materials is the price. Typically European raw material is more expensive and used for upholstery leather; but is a lot easier to cut and work with because it won't have as many natural characteristics. If you are a trained leather cutter then it might be worth the savings to purchase South American leathers because you are familiar with the product and the characteristics that come with it.
  9. We are Carroll Leather, a wholesale leather supplier with over 40 years experience buying and selling leather hides. We carry hundreds of patterns and colors that feature unique tanning and finishing. We primarily carry upholstery weight leather that is suitable for furniture, handbags, garments and crafts. We would love to become a leather supplier to everyone on this forum, please visit our website at www.carrollleather.com to view our products and request samples.
  10. These are a pair of moccasins I made for my wife for christmas. They are buffalo lined with sheerling, with the tips being rabbit lined with sheerling. They have a thick cowhide soul. -JonnyRocket
  11. hello guys.. anyone can help me, becouse its make me confuse.. i look up the tandys to buy a leather, but i confuse the difference of craftman oak tooling leather, oak leaf tooling leather and live oak tooling leather.. http://www.tandyleatherfactory.com.au/en-aud/home/department/cowhide/cowhide-tooling-leather/cowhide-tooling-leather.aspx can you guys explain to me i would appreciate that thanks
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