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Bentley Leather Dye



The colour swatches included below are purely for indication purposes only. It is important to identify the name of the leather colour before placing an order.

autumn


barley


beige a4177


beluga black


burnt oak


cognac


damson


dark bourbon


fawn


fireglow


french navy


hotspur


imperial blue


laurel


linen


loxley


magnolia

In our experience, this colour can vary considerably. Therefore, please include a custom sample when ordering.

nautic blue


new market tan


oatmeal


ochre


parchment


peacock


porpoise


portland


portofino blue


saddle


saffron


sandstorm


savannah


seal


shortbread


spruce - spruce green

The above samples of Bentley Leather Colours exist in our archive and can be mixed as a special colour.

Bentley processes roughly 3000 bull hides per week for the production of 10,100 vehicles annually. Depending on the model of the car 8-16 hides can be used per vehicle. The leather is pre-dominantly sourced from cattle in northern europe. The lack of barbed wire fences in the farms in these regions means there are less marks on the skin, making it one of the best quality leather. However, even the best quality leather still suffers from the same issues. Scuff marks, wear in the entry and exit areas and fading due to sunlight are common problems.

Use Colourlock Leather Fresh (Dye) to touch up minor scuffs, small scratches and colour damage. If the scratches are deep use Colourlock Fluid Leather to fill the scratches before touching up using the colour. All Bentley Leather Dyes are mixed to order and as per the leather sample we have in our collection. An additional colour mixing charge of £13.50 will be added in such cases.

How to find the name of the leather colour?

Option 1 - Let us do it for you!
Just send us a quick email with your Car Registration Number and VIN/Chassis Number with all your contact details and we will get back to you within 24 hours!

Option 2 - Speak to your local dealership or by checking details on your car build sheet. Please consult your car dealer by taking the vehicle identification number as a reference and ask them for the colour name (no numerical code).



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