Leather Skiver with Tooling

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Leather Skiver with Tooling

A skiver is the type of leather that is inset into a desk or bureaux writing surface, quite often with a gold tooling around the edge. It is normally made of a very fine type of leather often sheep or calves skin.

We can make you a skiver to order with inlaid tooling to a pattern of your choice. Please email for pattern leaflet and state the colour of the leather required so that we can send you actual samples.

Please note that for larger areas you may need to order a cow hide leather top. See the grid for prices of each.
Code HIDE/SK - sold by the sqr ft priced to the nearest sqr inch.

Please note there will be a small order charge of £6 added to all orders under 4 square feet and a minimum charge of 1.5 sqr ft for smaller sizes.
NB. A cut skiver is charged by the largest overall measurements.

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
Sheep skin Leather Skiver for desk tops - Includes Tooling
(HIDE/SK)
Excl. VAT: £29.29 Incl. VAT: £35.15
Per sqr ft
Cow Hide Leather for larger desk tops- Includes Tooling
(HIDE/SK-CW)
Excl. VAT: £34.56 Incl. VAT: £41.47
Per sqr ft
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Leather Skiver with Tooling
A skiver is the type of leather that is inset into a desk or bureaux writing surface, quite often with a gold tooling around the edge. It is normally made of a very fine type of leather often sheep or calves skin.
We can make you a skiver to order with inlaid tooling to a pattern of your choice. Please email for pattern leaflet and state the colour of the leather required so that we can send you actual samples.
Please note that for larger areas you may need to order a cow hide leather top. See the grid for prices of each. Code HIDE/SK - sold by the sqr ft priced to the nearest sqr inch.
Please note there will be a small order charge of £6 added to all orders under 4 square feet and a minimum charge of 1.5 sqr ft for smaller sizes.
NB. A cut skiver is charged by the largest overall measurements.

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