aniline leather


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aniline leather

[′an·əl·ən ′leth·ər]
(materials)
Leather whose grain pattern has been accentuated by impregnation with aniline dye.
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Aniline Leather and Open-Pore Veneers -- Flying Spur by Mulliner
The cabin has a dramatic herringbone carbon fibre fascia with anodised bronze rotary controls, extensive Z motif quilting and the option of a fully aniline leather upholstery.
Inside, Herringbone carbon fibre is paired with shadow and anodised bronze and optional aniline leather to give the facia, vents and rotary dials a rich material quality.
Inside, the Vanquish Zagato features herringbone carbon fibre trim paired with anodized bronze and optional aniline leather to give the facia, vents and rotary dials a rich material quality.
The interior of the car possesses Herringbone carbon fibre which is paired with shadow and anodised bronze and optional aniline leather to give the facia, vents and rotary dials a rich material quality.
The Ottoman in Nottinghill Platinum features a classic Lucite leg style with silver nail trim and highly glazed full aniline leather.
Inside, the LF-FC comes with two fully reclining executive rear seats, wrapped in high-quality aniline leather that can also be found on door panels and the dashboard.
This kit is not suitable for aniline leather - you'll need to check with your manufacturer or retailer as to the type of leather your chair is made from - they may even sell their own leather cleaning products but can certainly advise.
The IS250 is available in two grades; IS250 Premium with sport fabric seats and the IS250 Exclusive with semi aniline leather seats, moonroof and memory packages.
Available in more than 40 highest quality aniline leather colours, it's finished in chromium plate steel hand-buffed to a mirror finish with cushions made of individual leather panels from a single hide.
Aniline leather shows the natural marks and semi-aniline has a protective waxy finish that suits folk with children and pets.