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RESERVED Vintage Victorian Leather Book of Hours Upcycled to Journal.  Black. Small

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Made to Order Pocket Sketchbook to include 160 pages of tea-stained paper

This listing is for a made to order journal created from a beautiful black embossed leather book of hours. To create your upcycled journal, I will carefully remove the old text block and spine fabric then sewn in new blank paper. I use an exposed spine binding method that is sewn on a handmade frame. This binding shows off the decorative stitch at the spine and allows the journal to open flat for easy writing. It is possible to keep the spine for an additional fee.
Measures: 3.1 x 4.75 inches

Turn around time is 4 weeks
If you need it sooner, contact me with your country & zip code to discuss

-120 pages of 90 g ivory paper, tea-stained for a faux antique look
-Your name or short quote printed on the first page in a French script font
-Exposed Binding (sample shows gold thread, but I will use black unless otherwise requested)
-Salvaged decorative paper and title page sewn into book (sample shown)

+Possible to keep the leather spine for an added fee
+If you'd like other options, contact me with your requests or questions!

RESERVED Vintage Victorian Leather Book of Hours Upcycled to Journal. Black. Small


  • Vintage handmade item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: brass, paper, thread, vintage book
  • Ships worldwide from Lyon, France
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