ABOUT THIS COVER
This is an elegant and practical cover for your notebook. Measuring 7" x 10" when open (17.5cm x 25.4cm) it will hold notebooks up to 6 1/4" x 4" (16cm x 10cm). Each cover has a pocket large enough for your passport and space for your favourite writing or drawing instruments.
When choosing the leather I am careful to select the hides that, to some people would appear to be damaged. They may contain cuts, insect bites, brands etc. To me, these marks add character and rather than refer to them as flaws I prefer to call them experience indicators. These marks will absorb more dye thus adding unique characteristics to the cover and making each one unique.
In Canada’s Arctic the indigenous peoples created stone monuments called Inukshuk (pronounced in-ook-shook). Erected in the image of humans, their purpose was to communicate direction. In my travels in the north I have been privileged to view a number of Inukshuks, this is my version.
I carefully handmade this piece from new vegetable tanned leather. I created the artwork and hand tooled the leather. I then applied dye and hand rubbed finishes that will deepen as it gracefully ages.
As colour can look different on different monitors the colour may vary slightly.
This is just the right size for carrying in your purse and fits most jacket pockets.
A great gift for yourself or that very special person. Custom engraving available - great for personalizing, as a gift, or for corporate use.
Should you be interested in a different colour or size please send me a message with the details.
Notebooks, pens and passports not included.
All orders are shipped via Canada Post. I have chosen the most cost effective method as the default. Should you require express delivery or tracking additional charges will apply.
It seems to take between 10 and 14 days on average for delivery to US addresses.
All sales are final. I do not offer refunds
COLOUR is subjective and can vary considerably from person to person. It also can vary great deal from computer to computer. I have taken great care to ensure that the colours are as accurate as possible, but cannot guarantee that you are seeing what I am seeing.
I have tried to use colour descriptions that are in common use so that you have a description to support the color on the screen.