Ostrich Prices

lionlaw

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Jul 13, 2007
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For all of us US gals and guys who can now order Ostrich, here are the prices for genuine south american ostrich bags if you order as a repeat order or during your birthday month (if not, add 15% more to order):

1) Sofia – $495
2) Luka – $256
4 Chiara – $518
5) Millie Max – $363
G GABY – $470
 

angl2b

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Dec 6, 2006
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For all of us US gals and guys who can now order Ostrich, here are the prices for genuine south american ostrich bags if you order as a repeat order or during your birthday month (if not, add 15% more to order):

1) Sofia – $495
2) Luka – $256
4 Chiara – $518
5) Millie Max – $363
G GABY – $470
what if it is your first time order?
 

angl2b

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Dec 6, 2006
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can I ask - is ostrich skin softer than lamb? I know I am on a ban currently - enforced by my hubby - but just in case I can change his mind for our holiday function for me to get a clutch for that occassion....
Also, I wanted to know do they have metallic colors in ostrich? Is there a difference in where the ostrich skin comes from?
 

lionlaw

Member
Jul 13, 2007
5,630
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can I ask - is ostrich skin softer than lamb? I know I am on a ban currently - enforced by my hubby - but just in case I can change his mind for our holiday function for me to get a clutch for that occassion....
Also, I wanted to know do they have metallic colors in ostrich? Is there a difference in where the ostrich skin comes from?

In my experience, ostrich is not softer than lamb. Lamb is the softest I have felt, with the exception of goat leather. Ostrich has a pubbly surface, but if done right, the quill holes are smooth to the touch. Ostrich is a thick and durable leather.

They have metallic colors. Pewter, gunmetal and copper to name a few. The S. Americna ostrich appears to be thiner than the ostrich I have seen and the quill markings are smaller than those I have seen on bags made from other ostrich locations.
 

angl2b

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Dec 6, 2006
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In my experience, ostrich is not softer than lamb. Lamb is the softest I have felt, with the exception of goat leather. Ostrich has a pubbly surface, but if done right, the quill holes are smooth to the touch. Ostrich is a thick and durable leather.

They have metallic colors. Pewter, gunmetal and copper to name a few. The S. Americna ostrich appears to be thiner than the ostrich I have seen and the quill markings are smaller than those I have seen on bags made from other ostrich locations.

Thanks!
 
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