Silver wire has been inlaid into the grain of the leather. SOLD...
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An entry in the annual Designer Bookbinder’s competition, the cover has inlaid leather, gold leaf and transfer printing of some of the letters from the text of the book. SOLD...
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A small leather bound volume of poetry and prose from Venice. This binding has a foredge flap in the Islamic style, making a third surface available for decoration. Black leather onlays depict the Rialto Bridge, Santa Maria Della Salute and...
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The covers for this book, well-known in Japan, is made of folding screens with leather hinges. It is presented in a slip case without a back revealing one of the gold inked edges. SOLD...
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A history of Hunter’s Yard, the only boatyard remaining in the country to still sail the original wooden boats with no engines. The cover has a yacht under sail depicted in raised leather inlays and some blind tooling. It was...
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An entry in the Designer Bookbinders annual competition. The cover is decorated with a combination of leather onlays and inlays, inks, gold leaf and blind tooling. It is presented in a box faced with wood with a central opening fastened...
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A leather spine and paper covers decorated with cut lemon prints. SOLD  ...
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Another entry in the Designer Bookbinders annual competition. The book is covered with grey goatskin and decorated with inlaid copper, blind tooling and leather inlays to depict an architectural landscape, reflecting Betjeman’s lifetime interest in old buildings. The leather jointed...
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A novel exploring the elusive boundary between memory and reality, in which a retired sailor is haunted by a memory of his ship running down an Arab Dhow in the night during his watch. The binding shows the shape of...
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