Ostrich skin is distinctive for its quill bumps, and raised circular or oval patterns on the surface where feathers were once attached. These quill bumps create a unique and visually appealing texture, while the spaces in between showcase a natural grain pattern. Ostrich leather is exceptionally soft and supple, yet highly durable, thanks in part to the natural oils it contains. Unlike some other exotic leathers, ostrich lack scales, offering a more uniform and textured appearance. Its versatility in terms of colors and its exclusive status in luxury fashion make ostrich leather a coveted material for crafting high-end products like handbags, wallets, belts, and footwear
Truly luxurious leather showcases its preserved grain characteristics.
The appearance of vein marks, minor scratches, variations in color and grain marks are not defects, in fact they are the hallmark of true artisan grade leathers.
To ensure the care and longevity of your Pegai craft:
Store in a cool, dry place.
Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight or rain.
Wipe away exessive moisture with a soft dry cloth.