Capra Granulosa .65-.75 mm

$41.83$71.71

 
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Produced from same raw stock as SHG.   However, skins are shrunk in tanning to provide a natural grainy character which is very attractive. Grain is naturally obtained, no artificial graining techniques to hide grain defects such as plating, embossing, etc .

Leather is drum dyed with a light cover coat.   No pigment is used to cover grain defects.  Water absorption is excellent which yields good blind tooling.

Suggested for fine bindings.    All skins are #1 grade

Only the finest and best grades of vegetable goatskin can produce this leather.    Very reasonably priced.   Special colors are available on request.


Sold as:
40 sq dm – 49 sq dm  =  4.31 sq ft – 5.27 sq ft
50 sq dm – 59 sq dm  =  5.38 sq ft – 6.35 sq ft

Skins are very square-    Typical Pattern Sizes Are:
44 sq dm:   18″ x 21″
47 sq dm:   19″ x 21″
50 sq dm:   21″ x 23″
53 sq dm:   22″ x 23″

 

 

Color

Black, Blue 201, British Tan, Brown 205, Crimson, Forest Green, Green 206, Navy Blue, Red, Terra Cotta

Size

30-39 sq dm, 40-49 sq dm, 50-59 sq dm

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3 reviews for Capra Granulosa .65-.75 mm

  1. Neil+McCauley

    Very nice leather! Excellent option for rebinding Bibles, It is similar in weight and thickness to Roma, but really looks and feels more like Sokoto. It has a rich look and color, as well as feel. This very well may become more “go to” goatskin.

  2. Adrian Alonzo – AE Bibles

    This is a great example of why Siegel Leather is the premiere provider of bookbinding leather. The Capra Granulosa comes with the highest praise for its beautiful grain feature, soft temper, durability and colors for our Bible business. We love it!!!

  3. Heather Rudolph (verified owner)

    Love this leather! Great for casing new covers on small personal Bibles used often. This is my go to leather for new leather covers!

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