- Species: Ostrich (struthio camelus)
- Cut: Ostrich Body Grade 1 - 2
- Finish: Aniline - Burnished Quills
- Color: Brandy Cognac
Ostrich Leather Profile
- Species: Ostrich
- Cites: No
- Origins: South Africa
- Size: Body: 0.5m2 ( 5sqft) - 2m2 (20 sqft)
Leg: 10cm (4â) x 40cm (16â)
- Weight: 0.5mm - 1.9mm
Ostrich has distinctive pock-marked quills and a naturally "oily" texture that allows the skin to get softer and more supple over time. The skin is outstanding in its luxury appeal because of its unique look and versatile applications for garments, wall coverings, furniture, car interiors, handbags, cushions/motorcycle seats and more.
Over the years, we've worked directly with ostrich farmers and professional tanners in South Africa to make available the most extensive catalog of Ostrich colors available at the best prices. Tanning ostrich hide is a tricky process as each quill mark needs to be buffed correctly to prevent any holes or unintentional marks in the material; our U.S. revolving stock of ostrich maintains over 10,000 luxury grade ostrich skins in 75 colors and finishes.
Sizing for Ostrich Hides
All ostrich hides are standard priced by each individual hide. Most ostrich skins are approximately 16.5 sq ft of material, with an estimated 7 square foot of premium quill. Ensure that when purchasing ostrich that you allow your pattern to accommodate for the desired quill usage.
Always know the width you need before making a purchase. We want you to have a smooth and hassle-free experience shopping with us. Our staff have over a decade of experience in working with exotic leathers; if you are not sure which size or quantity of skins you need for your pRojéct, contact us prepared with the measurements of your pattern so we can assist you with obtaining the right amount of material.
Legalities and Conservation
Ostrich leather is both farmed and traded internationally and does not require CITES. Our grade 1 ostrich leather originates from the world's best ostrich farmers and tanners in South Africa.