Definition of Glove leather
1. Noun. Leather suitable for making gloves.
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Literary usage of Glove leather
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1. The Leather Glove Industry in the United States by Daniel Walter Redmond (1913)
"The effect upon the maker of glove- leather may be more serious, but with that we cannot deal here. As we have shown in Chapters I and II, the raw material ..."
2. The History of Mankind by Friedrich Ratzel (1897)
"... among whom we find skins of wild animals as soft as glove-leather worn by the best classes. It is curious that exactly in East Africa where from time ..."
3. Chemistry in Daily Life by Lassar-Cohn (1913)
"... hair from hides and softening them— Tanning materials—Barks—Quebracho bark—Sumac—Tanning extracts—Sole leather—Alum tanning—glove leather— ..."
4. Chemistry in Daily Life: Popular Lectures by Lassar-Cohn (1899)
"Removing hair from hides and softening them.—Tanning materials.—Barks.—Quebracho bark.— Sumac.—Tanning extracts.—Sole leather.—Alum tanning. —glove leather. ..."
5. Modern American Tanning: A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Leather (1910)
"For light glove leather a good fat-liquor is made of 40 pounds English sod oil and 20 ... glove leather is usually given more grease than shoe leather, ..."
6. Leather Manufacture: A Practical Handbook of Tanning, Currying, and Chrome by Alexander Watt (1906)
"Finishing Satin or glove leather. —Levant Leather.—Soaking and Splitting.—Setting, Buffing, and Embossing.—Blacking.—Seasoning and Glazing.—Oiling. ..."