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• Handmade leather journal
• Made from thick, top quality full grain leather
• Assembled with care and love
• Hand bound with heavy waxed thread
• Solid metal nickel lock
• Archival quality parchment paper
This journal is perhaps representative of a knights' journal. So if you want something unique for casual use or to go with a period-specific event this is the one for you. It is a perfect gift for someone who loves history and wants something that will be cherished for years to come.
It's also great as a coffee table book or just an interesting read on its own, but it does not have anything in the way of embellishments like other journals do. This leather journal is a perfect fit for any medieval-themed event, but it's also great as an everyday journal. It would be really fun to take on your next adventure with this one!
➤ Made with 6 lb leather, it is thick and very durable.
➤ The rivets are not decorative, they hold them together so this is a very durable journal.
➤ Inside is a 24 lb parchment paper, unlined and bound to the leather cover with a heavy wax-infused cord.
Overall Size: 6 1/2 x 9 inches
Paper Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches
Paper: 24 lb Parchment
Leather: 5 lb (thick) Cowhide
Since we use the rough edges of the tanned leather for the cover, they will vary from journal to journal. If you would like a picture of the selection available, please use the contact page and we will return your message with pictures.
Some of the leather may have odd markings, folded leather, distinctive cuts, and clamp marks from the tanning racks because I make sure my leather supplier sends me their worst leather....it's character. If you examine the Mahogany thumbnail, you'll see an example of a bug bite and a clamp mark on the cover. Not all have these markings so if you want them, send me an email and I'll search for such markings.
We also have other-sized journals and different style closure systems available in our shop. Please check them out as well as other leather items.