This journal's cover reproduces a gold-tooled book binding of Tess of the d'Urbervilles in green morocco goatskin leather, with oak tree motifs.
This journal's cover reproduces a 19th-century gold-tooled binding of a volume of poems by Dante
160 lined pages. 6-1/4 wide x 8-1/4 high (15.9 cm wide x 21 cm high), unless otherwise noted.
Elastic band closure.
Inside back cover pocket.
Archival/acid-free 120 gsm paper.
This journal's cover is based on a gold-tooled goatskin binding created in the 1700s by Antoine Michel Padeloup, royal bookbinder to King Louis XV of France. The original housed a book of hours by master engraver Louis Senault. Inside, crisp writing pages provide plenty of space to record personal reflections, sketch, or note favorite quotations or poems. Premium smooth-finish 120 gsm paper takes pen or pencil beautifully.
Light gray lines subtly guide your writing.
Paper is acid-free and of archival quality.
A ribbon bookmark keeps your place.
Complementary interior endsheets enhance the design.