Zebra hides rugs: Basic Guide

The African Burchell’s Zebra, or Equus Burchell, is not a Threatened or Endangered Species. A Burchell’s Zebra hides Skin Rug or Zebra Hide can be sold if it is brought into the US through the right federal agencies. Before you buy a Zebra, Skin Rug or Hide, please read the following.

Size: An average Zebra hides Rug or Hide is about 8 feet long and 5 feet wide. These sizes are based on the distance from the nose to the base of the tail and the widest part of the body, which is usually the back legs. The tail of the Zebra Skin or Hide is not part of this measurement. Grading: Each Zebra Skin Rug or Hide has its features. Please look at how we grade a Zebra Skin Rug or Zebra Hide: Trophy Grade – Zebra Skin Rugs are the cleanest Zebra Skin Rugs we sell. Even though no Zebra Hide or Zebra Skin rug is perfect, we think our Trophy Grade Zebra Skin Rugs are very close to being perfect. These Zebra rugs are rare and don’t come up for sale very often.

A Grade: Zebra Skin Rugs are almost as good as it gets. When you look closely, you can see that this grade of Zebra Skin Rug has some flaws.

B Grade: Rugs made from zebra skin will have some natural scars or repairs. Customers who are on a tight budget will find this grade of Zebra skin rug to be a great choice and value. Please remember that all of our rugs made from zebra skin are beautiful.

C Grade: Zebra skin rugs may have scars or repairs that are easy to see. This high-quality Zebra Skin Rug can be used under furniture, in manufacturing, or an area with a lot of foot traffic. We’ve found that some dealers sell silver and bronze grade zebra skin rugs as Gold grade. On the other hand, our standards for giving grades are very strict.

Color: A Genuine African Zebra Skin Rug’s colors are usually called “Earth Tones.” The dark stripes range from a brown so dark that some people call it black to a popular brown-tan color. You can pick a color for your Zebra Skin Rug that matches or complements the colors in the room where it will be used.

Black felt is used to back the zebra skin rug, which has a border of about an inch. Felt on the back of a rug gives it a traditional look and helps it lie flat. We also have Zebra Skins or Hides that don’t have a backing.

To make sure a Zebra Skin Rug or Hide will last for a long time, it is very important to prepare it. It is important to get Zebra Skins or Hides from African farmers who know how to give a Zebra Skin or Hide to a qualified tanner in good shape. A tannery must work on a Zebra Skin or Hide with the right facilities, equipment, and trained workers to make sure that it is tanned properly using modern methods. Many rugs made from zebra skin that come from Africa have been processed in bad ways. Wildlife Etc. only works with the most skilled tanners to make sure that our customers get a good Zebra Skin Rug.