Process of coloring leathers all the way through using non-toxic, semi-transparent dyes. The dye allows the natural markings on the hide to remain visible.
Leather that has been through-dyed by immersion in a dye-bath and has not received any coating of pigmented finish. The dye color permeates the hide totally. Apron A length of shaped and decorated wood found beneath the bottom framing of a chair seat or tabletop.
Refers to color which permeates the hide totally.
Leather that has been through-dyed by immersion in a dyebath and has not received any coating of pigment finish.
The process of coloring leathers throughout using non-toxic aniline dyes. The dye is transparent and therefore allows all of nature's signatures to remain visible.