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|We build our QUALITY COWHIDE and LEATHER FURNITURE to your specifications
MADE IN TEXAS FROM THE BEST MATERIALS AND CRAFTSMEN
|Limited Lifetime Warranty Information
Every piece of our cowhide and leather furniture is covered by our Limited Lifetime
Warranty which protects you for a lifetime against manufacturers defects on the
hardwood frame and suspension system. Our European leathers are covered for 5
years against defective dye-lots, cracking and peeling. (Please see below for
recommended leather cleaners and conditioners.)
Delivery & Shipping Information
Delivery time will normally be between 3-6 weeks, depending on the season. All
shipments are insured and will be available for inside residential delivery for an
additional charge in some areas. The freight quote defaults to curb delivery. Contact
email@example.com to see if inside delivery is available in your area and we
will be happy to get you a quote.
Please remember that all of our furniture is custom made
we do not stock any furniture in our warehouse. Because of this
we do not accept any cancellations once the leather has been cut for your order.
Please take the time to make your decision carefully.
Refunds will be given only in the instance of our mistakes.
|Only the Finest Construction
Each piece of furniture is handcrafted one at a time and tested along the way.
Our European Leathers are chosen to insure the best hides, tanned by the highest
standard tanning process. This is important for the Hides to maintain their integrity by not
shedding or ever emitting odors.
Kiln Dried Frames
Our hardwood frames are guaranteed for life and offer you a solid foundation
We glue, dowel, and bolt our frames together
Webbing suspension will outlast conventional spring suspension 5 to 1
It offers you a more even and relaxing experience
Webbing disburses weight evenly which maintains lasting comfort
Our webbing has a lifetime warranty
High Quality Foam
All foams used by meet or exceed the most rigid fire and hazard standards
We pad the entire frame so that your leather never touches wood
We Offer three different density padding material, soft, medium and firm
We default to medium for ALL orders unless specified by you the customer
Cushion material will soften over time and the cushion that starts off soft may become too
mushy in the long run, this is why we recommend medium unless you prefer firm or for
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Leather is the strongest upholstered material known to man. Full-grain leather is nature's product. Nature has
created its strong physical structure by weaving an intricate network of leather fibers. This strength allows us to
pull leather down tightly without fear of tearing it. Leather will not readily burn or melt, and unlike most fabrics and
vinyl, it is extremely difficult to puncture. Because of recent improvements in the tanning processes, our leathers
will remain supple indefinitely, yet won't stretch out of shape. Our finishes and dyes are permanent and won't
crack, fade or peel. Leather can stand up to the rigors of daily life in the home and office with minimal care.
The Beauty of Full-grain Leather is that it has individual characteristics that make each hide unique. Leather will
always retain the marks of its natural origin. No two hides are ever alike. Due to varying grain structure, the dyes
and finishes penetrate to different degrees in different parts of the hide to give additional variations.
These are usually formed as a result of barbed wire damage, disease and infestation, or by the horns of other
cattle. In their healed form, the new skin is as strong as the remainder of the hide.
The process of calving requires the stretching of the skin to accommodate the new calf, nothing is more natural.
Growth Marks and Veins
These are an indication of the age of the animal and in that respect are similar to the graining on a piece of timber.
They often range from quite pronounced marks to subtle bands across the hide perpendicular to the backbone.1
The fiber texture varies greatly from being loose in the belly and flank areas to being relatively light across the
backbone. The looser areas consistently have more stretch. This variation in hair pore structure is particularly
noticeable in un-textured leathers. Other variations in grain pattern occur during the life of the animal.
So that the steer will have the flexibility needed to move its head while grazing, the skin located on the neck is full
and loose. As the neck stretches and contracts, wrinkles naturally occur in the hide.
Natural furrows appear along the backbone of all hides. Due to the animal's physiology
they are your proof of a natural full-grain hide.
Like human fingerprints, graining is unique to each individual hide
and is the hallmark of quality full-grain leather hides.
Although seldom found on finished furniture, the branding marks are a part of virtually every hide.
Protected Aniline Leathers-(Use and Child Resistant)
Protected aniline leathers have been aniline dyed and have a pigmented top coat to ensure color consistency
while still showing the natural characteristics of the hide. They are the perfect choice for people who expect the
most out of life and demand high performance. Protected aniline leathers have an outstanding durability level and
are great for families of energetic individuals, like the precious children.
Characteristics and Expectations of Protected Aniline Leathers
Color will be more consistent throughout the hide. Protected aniline leathers may be cleansed easily using water.
Ink may be cleaned with an approved leather care kit. Protected aniline leathers wear consistently with time.
Protected aniline accounts for 90% of all leathers sold. More hides are available in this selection than any other.
The pictures you see on your monitor
All leather swatches were photographed digitally and color corrected to look as close as possible to the original
leather swatch. All LCD displays will show different shades of color. All colors will vary with your CRT or LCD
monitor. Please call us to request leather swatches if you really want to be sure you have the right color.
Care and Cleaning
Cared for properly, your leather will provide you with many years of comfort and satisfaction. Pure anilines are
treated, which promotes water and stain resistance for easy cleaning. If a stain goes unnoticed and penetrates the
leather, use lukewarm water and a soft white cloth to gently clean the stain and surrounding area for best results.
Leather conditioners and cleaners have 2 different purposes. Saddle soap is a cleaner and you should always
apply a conditioner after using saddle soap. There are leather "cleaner conditioners" that work great for perpetual
cleaning (twice a year). For drastic spills, stains or cleaning it is best to use lukewarm water with a soft white cloth
as soon as possible after the spill. Do Not let it soak into the leather if you can help it. A good place to find the
leather care products for any leathers is at a boot or shoe store that sells genuine leather products. Always read
the directions on the container and follow them closely. Always test any product in an inconspicuous place.
Care and Cleaning
Properly tanned and proper Quality Hair on Hides require very little Maintenance. Too clean a spill use lukewarm
water with a soft white cloth immediately after the spill. If that doesn't do the trick then slightly mix a gentle
cleaner in lukewarm water (such as shampoo-use sparingly)
Always rinse with a new or rinsed out clean, soft white cloth.
Vacuum as necessary on low with soft bristles in the direction of the hair (Always vacuum when dry)
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