A fabulous use for these nasty little critters that were introduced into Australia to eat cane beetles and have over run the top half of Australia. I have a large range of glazed skins in stock – the supplier has discontinued the matte skins. Half and full skins available.
The latest on the cane toad skins is that the supplier has discontinued them altogether as the person tanning is not doing them anymore unfortunately. 🙁
Top Row: Apricot, Mustard, Ivory, Orange, Red, Fuchsia, Oxblood, Magenta, Purple
Bottom Row: Red Brown, Brown, Khaki, Black (discontinued), Grey (discontinued), Green, Aqua, Turquoise (discontinued), Cobalt, Denim
Second photo shows: Top Row (L to R): Moss Green, Emerald Green, Lime Green, Dark Bone, Bottom Row (L to R): Light Denim, Lilac and Salmon
These are Australian produced leathers from non-native (and non-endangered) species. Cane toads are an introduced pest in Northern Australia.
They are all different sizings – smallest half skin is approximately 7cm x 7cm (not including leggy bits) – largest half skin is around 8cm x 9cm.