Wood>n. The tough fibrous supporting and water-conducting tissue beneath the bark of trees and shrubs, consisting largely of cellulose and lignin.

Leather>n. The dressed or tan hide of an animal with the hair removed.

The similarities in both of these worldly materials are clearly evident with a little analyzation. Wood and leather are both materials that will last a lifetime if they are taken care of regularly. Sort of like a good old 45 record or a 12