What Is Antiqued Upholstery Leather?

What Is Antiqued Upholstery Leather?

Antiqued Upholstery Leather is leather that is dyed with one color over another to create highlights and an aged appearance.

We offer antiqued upholstery leather in our Stickley and Mission Oak Specialist's Roman Line and Euroglazed Line are leathers great for arts and crafts period furniture. We also offer antiqued upholstery leather in our Oxford Line.

ROMAN is a full aniline hand antiqued leather which provides any piece with a sophisticated antique look. Roman is a top grain naturally pebbled leather that has been hand stained by a combination of subtle oils and waxes, followed by a protective topcoat to give it excellent wearability. It is then hot ironed to give it an added hand and a see through look reminiscent of the old English Bridle leathers. Once upholstered, the beauty and workmanship of this leather is amplified and brought to life, by giving any piece a natural transparent antique effect.

The Euroglazed Line is produced in an environmentally responsible manner by Europe's first leather producer to receive certification for its environmental management system according to EN ISO 14001 certification.

Euroglazed is an aniline through dyed top grain leather that has a two-tone effect achieved by a printing roller which provides a more even distribution of the shading. A high luster top coat is also applied to obtain the antiqued appearance. Euroglazed is offered in 8 colors. It is an excellent choice for desktops.

OXFORD is a full grain leather exhibiting a beautiful antiqued two tone coloration. Antiqued effect is applied by local artisans using a traditional hand wiping method combined with a secondary mechanically applied effect. Superior selection of New Zealand cattle hides are hand picked for Oxford. Luxurious soft hand in smooth supple surface make this leather the perfect choice for any classic setting. A light top coat is applied to provide protection and makes this leather suitable for most residential, contract and hospitality environments.

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