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Groove introduces Iridescence with a unique finishing process

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Jun '09
Groove Leather, a leather manufacturer and supplier to the Trade, introduces Iridescence--upholstery leather with a unique finishing process incorporating color-shifting pigments and 100 percent recycled glass.

Developed by a renowned LA-based textile product designer, Iridescence offers interior designers a creative, durable, yet supple product when specifying customer's own leather (COL).

"We're very proud to be offering Iridescence to our interior design clients," comments David Adler, founder and President of Groove Leather. "A product like Iridescence demonstrates to the marketplace that we're not only manufacturers of fine leather but also innovators."

Iridescence is offered in 3 standard colors: Maple, Titanium and Scarebeous. Other standard products stocked by Groove include aniline, semi-aniline, nubuck, and embossed leathers.

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