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Medium Hand-Bound Journal
Our collection of journals are made using archival insides and covers of leather scrap, rescued from their fate of the garbage bin from a local upholsterer’s shoppe. We line them with antique fabric from the late 1800s to early 1900s, a charming detail that makes your journal yours only.
Inside you’ll find line-free Strathmore drawing paper – thick, hand-torn, acid-free pages that work perfectly with ink, pens both thick and superfine, pencil, charcoal, and a myriad of other mediums. The pages are each hand-stitched with archival linen binder’s thread, shaped and re-enforced with linen tape and tarlatan and finished with a red and golden headband. The books can be carried daily and beat up. They are strong creatures, with no two alike which, making them each quite special.
- Reclaimed leather from Philadelphia-local upholsterer’s shoppe
- Antique fabric lining varies from journal to journal
- Hand-torn, hand-stitched, line-free Strathmore drawing paper
- 3 sizes available
- 3 colours available
- 78 sheets (156 pages)
- Minimally packaged with a letterpressed belly band
Inches: 4.75″ tall by 3.25″ wide by 0.75″ spine
Metric: 12.1 cm tall by 8.3 cm wide by 1.9 cm spine