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Choose Any Name for Our Cmpny From the Below Mentioned Sir

Choose Any Name for Our Cmpny From the Below Mentioned Sir

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Published by: Vivek Sharan on Oct 18, 2012
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choose any name for our cmpny from the below mentioned sir : like tilapia, salmon, perch


Buckskin or brained leather is a tanning process that uses animal brains or other fatty materials to alter the leather. The resulting supple, suede-like hide is usually smoked heavily to prevent it from rotting. Patent leather is leather that has been given a high-gloss finish. The original process was developed in Newark, New Jersey, by inventor Seth Boyden in 1818. Patent leather usually has a plastic coating. Fish Leather : leather popular for its motifs and its pigmentation. Mainly used for making shoes [4] and bags, the fish skin is tanned like other animal skins. The species used include salmon, perch, sturgeon, etc. 1. Salmon : farmed in Iceland and Norway, salmon skin has fine scales. Its strength and elegant look make it the most popular fish leather. 2. Perch : coming from Nile, its skin is recognizable with its large, round and soft scales. 3. Wolffish : its skin is smooth because without scales. We recognize it thanks to its dark spots, and the 'stripes' which are due to the friction of marine rocks. 4. Cod : its skin has finer scales than salmon, but its texture is more varied, sometimes smooth and sometimes rough. 5. Sturgeon : fish well known for its eggs (caviar), which make it rare. Its leather is thus quite expensive. 6. Eel : fish without scales, its skin has a shiny appearance. 7. Tilapia : its leather is less resistant than salmon and perch but is still exotic. It comes mainly from Africa (Nile). 8. Shagreen is also known as stingray skin/leather. Applications used in furniture production date as far back as the art deco period. The word "shagreen" originates from France. It's known as the most difficult leather to work due to dished scales of the animal, and it is one of the most expensive leathers. 9. Shark : its skin is covered of small, close-set tubercles, making it very tough. The handbags made of shark skin used to be in vogue but this keen interest has since fallen as the costs of production and of the leather itself are very high. Moreover, this skin is more difficult to work.

Vachetta leather is used in the trimmings of luggage and handbags. The leather is left untreated and is therefore susceptible to water and stains. Sunlight will cause the natural leather to darken in shade, called a patina. Slink is leather made from the skin of unborn calves. It is particularly soft and is valued for use in making gloves. Deerskin is a tough leather, possibly due to the animal's adaptations to its thorny and thicket[citation needed] filled habitats. Deerskin has been used by many societies, including indigenous Americans. Most modern deerskin is no longer procured from the wild, with deer farms breeding the animals specifically for the purpose of their skins. Large quantities are still tanned from wild deer hides in historic tanning towns such as Gloversville and Johnstown in upstate New York.

 -Nubuck is top-grain cattle hide leather that has been sanded or buffed on the grain . martial arts equipment such as kendo and bogu. as well as personal accessories such as handbags and wallets.Deerskin is used in jackets and overcoats.

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