Owen Barry

Sheepskin Dog Doorstop

Was £135.00 Now £50.00
Designed with our own "Bromley" a black cockerpoo in mind, our Merino Sheepskin Dog Doorstops are great fun, and we know they will add the individual finishing touch that mak... Read Full Description
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Description

Designed with our own "Bromley" a black cockerpoo in mind, our Merino Sheepskin Dog Doorstops are great fun, and we know they will add the individual finishing touch that makes your home very special

All our doorstops are hand-cut from the finest curly merino sheepskin and trimmed with toning accent leather right here in our Somerset workshops,

Coming from the same stable as the OB Cow and Sheep doorstops (little pun there !)  the OB Dog doorstops are, we feel, an unbeatable addition to the farmyard!

Filled with a mixture of Sheepskin wadding, gravel and sand ensure a tactile feel whilst giving a sensible weight.

These Dogs should not be used as toys, because although the gravel & sand contents are tightly handsewn inside, OB cannot be responsible for any bursts or breakages if inappropriately used.

Of course, the biggest issue is what are you going to christen it !!??

 

Materials

Merino Curly

Merino Curly Sheepskin (Shearling):- The characteristic of curly sheepskins is one of the most natural, essentially, the fleece is left soft and curly as you would find in nature. The wool is dense and warm, giving your winter coat a snuggly cosy feel.

The pelt side can be finished with either sueded or napalan (leather) surface.

Sueded: OB hand select all their skins to ensure that the suede surface is always soft and sensual, with a slight velvet nap on the suede.

Napalan: Is both a protective and a fashion finish, the leather surface can offer more protection against staining and grubbiness.

In our Somerset workshops every skin is painstakingly matched for every coat, by toning with adjoining skins we ensure that the garment is completely consistent in colour and texture all over, matching is a very skilled process, with many years training to perfect,  if the matching process is not carried out to the highest standard, a shearling garment can include many multicoloured panels,  OB also match the wool side of the coat as well ensuring that when you open it,  inside there is a consistency throughout. 

If you would like to see cuttings of any of our Merino Curly Sheepskins to help you make your choice please visit our customisation page and send an email 

 

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