Presenting the new Sardinia range from Pelle Leathers.
July 29th, 2011
Joining Pelle Leathers’ extensive collection is Sardinia, a gorgeous pure aniline leather produced in Europe from German bull hides.
Supple, stunning and blemish-free, Sardinia is a high quality leather perfect for high-end commercial applications.
Available in a palette of 6 rich earth tones, the range lends a natural warmth to interiors. It’s a versatile and flexible product, suitable for conference seating, soft seating and wall panelling.
The tannery where Sardinia is produced recently obtained the Environmental Product Balance for its upholstery collection in recognition of its commitment to reducing waste and the impact of tanning processes.
This means that not only is Sardinia a beautiful high quality product – it’s also eco-friendly.
Contact Pelle Leathers for more information on this exciting new product.
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