BURGUNDY LEATHER HIDES
BURGUNDY WHOLESALE LEATHER
WHOLESALE BURGUNDY LEATHER HIDES
WHOLESALE BULK BURGUNDY LEATHER FOR GARMENTS
Burgundy lambskin leather, sometimes referred to as wine color leather is in stock and available at Negma Leather. Our premium and 100% Italian burgundy and wine lambskin leather is perfect for garments and manufacturing.
BULK BURGUnDY LEATHER SUPPLIER
If you are a garment manufacturer or need bulk burgundy color leather for large projects, Negma Leather has purple and burgundy lambskin leather hides ready to ship nationwide. Contact us to learn more about our premium lambskin wine color leather hides available in a variety of styles, including Nappa leather, lamb suede, embossed leather hides, and our amazing and unique metallic leather. Contact us to learn more about all our burgundy leather options today.
YOUR PURPLE LEATHER SUPPLIER IN SAN DIEGO, CA
Looking for a burgundy, wine, or purple leather supplier that ships nationwide? Contact Negma Leather today for all your premium purple color lambskin leather needs. We can supply bulk wine color leather to manufacturers and ship both within the US and internationally. If you are interested in learning more about bulk burgundy and wine lambskin leather orders, or want to speak to us about becoming your premium purple color leather supplier, contact us to learn more.
HOW IS BURGUNDY LEATHER MADE FOR GARMENTS?
The burgundy leather hide in stock at Negma Leather is some of the finest purple color leather you can purchase. Negma Leather uses only 100% Italian burgundy lambskin leather hides of the absolutely best quality, custom imported just for us from the source.
There are four basic phases to making burgundy leather for manufacturing:
1. Prepping: This involves removing the skin or hide and preparing it for finishing. Then the hide or skin is placed in a heavy salt solution designed to stop the hide or skin from losing shape. Then placing the hide or skin in a lime bath provides much needed moisture, which then allows the hide or skin to be separated into two different layers. The upper layer is typically used for higher quality leathers like full grain leather and the bottom layer is used for products like shoes or purses.
2. Tanning: Tanning is what actually turns a hide or skin into a true leather. The hide or skin is exposed to a vegetable-based solution or chromium salt to help remove any excel moisture.
3. Re-Tanning: This is a ‘do-over’ of the tanning process.
4. Dyeing: Once properly tanned, the leather is now ready to have any color dye infused or injected. In this instance, that color is burgundy.