Stingray leather is historically significant. Ancient Egyptians utilized it for armor and decorative items. Japanese samurais used stingray for sword handles. It's visually fascinating, strong and durable. But let's be honest - all the qualities that make stingray appealing also make it difficult to sew. Think inlays and decorative accents.
Small skins are approximately 5-6" wide, 12-14" long.