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Snakeskin is a material that is produced from the hide of a snake. It is used in Purses, Native American textiles, and other articles. Materials are inputs to production or manufacturing. ... For other uses, see Snake (disambiguation). ... A Hupa man, 1923 The term Indigenous peoples of the Americas encompasses the inhabitants of the Americas before the European discovery of the Americas in the late 15th century, as well as many present-day ethnic groups who identify themselves with those historical peoples. ... This article is about the type of fabric. ...


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Processing the snakeskin leather (681 words)
The snakeskin is rinsed, the excess water is removed by squeezing it and then the skins are weighed.
The snakeskins are left in the tanning solution for about 12-20 hours (this may vary from one manufacturer to the other).
After it is softened and dried, the snakeskin is lightly sanded on the flesh side to have a smooth suede finish.
Snakeskin Leather Store. Snakeskin Handmade Purses, Handbags, Wallets and more... (1331 words)
Snakeskin Leather is perfect for the discerning shopper who is looking for something truly wild, untamed and exotic.
With its ivory finish and delicate texture, this snakeskin leather purse is warm, soft and light to the touch.
The patterns of the snakeskin are preserved in soft, warm leather that is as comfortable to the touch as it is dramatic to the eye.
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