Albums And Frames / November 8, 2018 / Perla Boone
Types of Leather.Leather is the hide of an animal that has been dried, tanned, processed and dyed. There are numerous types of leather used for making photo albums. The finest leather is full-grain. It is usually tanned and left in a more natural state than other types of leather. Top-grain, or split-grain, has an artificial grain pressed into one side. The other side is fuzzy. Suede comes from the inside piece of split-grain and is fuzzy on both sides. Shiny patent leather is coated with plastic. Napa leather is extremely soft. Naturally, the softest, most supple leathers cost more.
If you choose an album with slip-in pockets, make sure it has the correct size photo openings. The most common pocket size is 4x6 inches.Material Many photograph albums are leather bound to create a luxurious, thick, and finely crafted appearance, which should allow the album to last for many years. Albums also come in other coverings such as card and paper.Size
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