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This darling Autumnal Library Necklace has a cluster of eleven useable hand-bound books that are covered in a variety of vintage leathers sourced from Victorian doctor bags, mid-century sofas, vintage wallets, &c. Take a look inside: the tiny hand bound pages are left blank for you to keep a personal journal or leave as is.

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- Variety of vintage leathers
- 11 books: 2 large, 4 medium and 5 small
- Hand-torn, hand-stitched, line-free Strathmore drawing paper
- 2 metal chain options available
- Packaged with an informational card and Peg and Awl tag


Center Chain:
Inches: 20˝
Metric: 50.8 cm

Side Chains:
Inches: 18˝
Metric: 45.7 cm

Small Books:
Inches: 5/8˝ tall by 1/2˝ wide by 1/4˝ spine
Metric: 1.6 cm tall by 1.3 cm wide by 0.64 cm spine
30 sheets (60 pages)

Medium Books:
Inches: 7/8˝ tall by 3/4˝ wide by 3/8˝ spine
Metric: 2.2 cm tall by 1.9 cm wide by 1 cm spine
36 sheets (72 pages)

Large Books:
Inches: 1 1/4˝ tall by 1˝ wide by 1/2˝ spine
Metric: 3.2 cm tall by 2.5 cm wide by 1.3 cm spine
42 sheets (84 pages)

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Autumnal Library Book Necklace. Hand bound, useable, wearable notebooks covered with reclaimed leather by Peg and Awl

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: reclaimed leather, copper, linen, paper, ph neutral adhesive, love
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 3064 reviews
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