alligator hide

alligator hide

A surface condition on porcelain enamel, characterized by an extreme roughness; a severe case of orange peel.
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Combination American alligator hide exterior with vegetable-tanned steer leather and waxed nylon stitching.
From faded camel skin to lustrous alligator hide and intricate hand-braided ones, the fabric is treated for years before it achieves the right texture and shade.
COM MATERIAL: Premium alligator hide, lined with horsehide VALUE: $475
That's why Heng Long, a Singapore firm that specializes in turning crocodile and alligator hide into handbags, isn't fretting about today's global economic turmoil.
THIS season's must-have fashion accessory is the alligator hide Burberry Warrior handbag.
I used an old steel-belted truck tire, which seemed a reasonable simulation of alligator hide, as a target, and I shot many arrow/broadhead combinations into this target to judge penetration and durability.
6) Hunting during that era was also less recreational in nature and more about obtaining alligator hides for sale.
In 1975, the American alligator was also listed as an Appendix I species during the Convention for the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), thereby prohibiting the export of alligator hides.
Hines gives more credit to a 1969 amendment to the Lacey Act that required states to tag and track alligator hides.
Popularity of American alligator hides and skins is on the rise with exports reaching an all-time high in 1999, Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Bob Odom says.
The Market Development Office of the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry conducts an export study annually to ascertain which countries are importing American alligator hides and skins and how many they are buying.