is a velvety-soft, aniline leather with fine, natural grain.
Sauvage is a velvety-soft, aniline leather with fine, natural grain. This leather retains its natural features and has a special, traditional finish. The leather is aniline drum-dyed only, a process that is done intentionally quickly to preserve the leather’s light core and to create a feature known as “drum mottling”. This creates interesting colour effects in the hide. All characteristic natural features such as scars, insect bites, neck folds and cuts from barbed wire etc. are retained. These features are natural, rather than artificially printed on, so they look individual and are different in every hide. They are proof of the promised naturalness and intentional expressiveness of this leather and can therefore obviously not be recognised as a complaint! The leather is approx. 0.9 – 1.1 mm thick.
Light fastness – medium
Care friendliness- medium
Feel and breathability – high
Basic information about leather
Never position the sofa directly next to heaters, radiators or similar sources of heat. Avoid direct exposure to light or sunlight, sources of heat, radiators or halogen lights, etc. Aniline leather may dry out and change colour after just a few weeks. Natural materials have lower friction resistance and therefore leave marks more easily, especially in combination with liquids such as perspiration. Leather may have a strong odour to begin with. This smell may linger for a few weeks or months, depending on the material. Frequent ventilation works best. Aniline leather is completely natural. No one hide is like another and hides may differ greatly, even within a delivery or even within the hide itself. Deviations from the collection sample are therefore common! Differences in colour and different hide structures are not justifiable grounds for complaint.
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Care and cleaning products
We can give you advice and practical support to preserve the beauty and value of your furniture. Our service partners can supply you with products for regular cleaning and care, problem solvers for removal of tricky stains from leather, such as greasy marks, colour abrasion from clothes or ballpoint pen marks and faded and dry patches. Vacuum the leather occasionally with a soft upholstery brush. Generally speaking, leather should be wiped occasionally with a slightly damp cloth.