What Is Embossed leather?
Moc Crocodile Embossed Leather Grain
Embossing of leather produces patterns on the surface of different animal’s skin types of for manufacturers to display logos like Ferrari, Mercedes, BMW or designer brands of clothing can have logos stamped into the leather hide.
In some cases, leather is embossed with grain patterns to hide flaws in a skin, making a sellable item without the embossing of the skin could have too many natural markings from fences or attacks on the animal or from fighting.
Embossing can be done to any type of leather here are some examples of embossing on leather car interiors.
Embossing of leather is a better way to sell a leather hide rather than using that of the endangered animals, so the embossing techniques have become such good quality even a trained expert can find it impossible sometimes to tell the difference.
These examples of embossed leather hides show the quality of embossing today and how distinctive it can be and how difficult it can be to tell them apart from the genuine items.
Embossed leather are mostly sanded to give an even pattern of embossing on the surface, car manufacturers do not like sanded leathers as this can hide a poor quality skin, embossed leathers that are not sanded can clearly show hair follicles still on the surface of the hide making it look even more realistic and harder to tell the difference between genuine and embossed items.
Ostrich Embossed Leather Hide Snake Skin Embossing
Python Skin Embossing
Basket weave Style Embossing
Embossing With Wear
Embossing With A Coloured Raised pattern
Embossed Crocodile Patterns With Tops Coloured
Box Pattern Embossing
Croc Pattern Embossing