Stingray

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Natural Stingray leather, dyed, glossy finish, available in various colors and sizes, rigid and sturdy feel.
The Stingray fish (sometimes also referred to as Galuchat) belongs to the family Dasyatidae (Dasyatis). In nature, there are thirty-nine species.
The first uses of ray leather date back to ancient Asian civilizations that used this rawhide to decorate sword handles and scabbards, like Attila, the king of the Huns. The Samurai Shogun used it mainly for their armor. In Europe, the first great craftsman to use stingray leather was Jean-Claude Galuchat, who became very famous in France for his masterpieces in the 18th century
Nearly two centuries later, the great artisans of Art Deco and furniture makers Paul Iribe, Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann, Jean-Michel Frank, and John Paul Cooper revived Galuchat’s tradition, using stingray leather in a greater number of pieces, often combining it with ivory, ebony, precious metals, and coloring it with vibrant dyes.

Available in 20 colors.
For technical reasons, it is not possible to guarantee the same color tone on all hides.

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Applications
Stingray - Ivory
Ivory
Stingray - Sand
Sand
Stingray - Light grey
Light Grey
Stingray - Tobacco
Tobacco
Stingray - Coffee
Coffee
Stingray - Brown
Brown
Stingray - Olive
Olive
Stingray - Celadon green
Celadon green
Stingray - Forest
Forest
Stingray - Stone grey
Stone grey
Stingray - Grey
Grey
Stingray - Black
Black
Stingray - Yellow
Yellow
Stingray - Orange
Orange
Stingray - Red
Red
Stingray - Loupiac
Loupiac
Stingray - Jeans
Jeans
Stingray - Dark blue
Dark blue
Stingray - Emerald
Emerald green
Stingray - Royal blue
Royal blue