12 Springbok Skin Karos

Dimensions:
W120: x H:240 cm

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Source and Origin

Springboks are medium-sized antelope that live in south and south-western Africa and inhabit dry inland areas including grasslands, shrub lands and deserts. They are prevalent in game parks and commonly are raised on game farms in the Eastern Cape and Namibia. Springbok meat is highly prized and a sort after export item. The springbok skins we use are therefore a bi product and would normally have been tanned for industrial glove leather as it is so fine and thin. By purchasing a Springbok product manufactured in our factory you can become part of our world by ensuring the development and survival of our beautiful Springbok.

All our raw materials are obtained through Government approved herd reduction programs and are a natural by-product of the meat industry. Our suppliers and tanneries are carefully screened, and we source skins and hides with the least amount of natural defects to ensure our products are of the highest quality. Variations in colour and imperfections are to be expected as our leather is an untreated and natural product.

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Dimensions 120 × 240 cm