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Handmade Stitched Leather Journal
£11.00
Handmade Stitched Leather Journal
Stunning handmade, fair trade and eco friendly leather covered journal. Ideal for anyone who has a passion for writing, sketching, painting or just doodling. These journals have 125 pages (approx. 150 for the XL) of unlined khadda paper; khadda is recycled cotton that has been left over from the massive garment industry in India. It is handmade and doesn't contain any chemicals as we use only unbleached cotton and is very easy to write on. The paper is made by charity in rural Rajasthan that promotes women's education and their social standing in the rural villages. Available in 5 sizes including a handy pocket size. We pay our suppliers 50% upfront and send money to them whenever they need it. We never send anything back or not pay for damaged goods. We use a bonus system for the staff and they can earn up to 5% of our total order value which can give them an extra month's wages per year. The leather has been tanned by our suppliers using a natural dye and the put together using a mixture of love, contemporary and traditional skills. These journals have been expertly crafted with the pages hand stitched in and are ideal for travelling and perfect for just doodling or diary writing. We don't recommend using fountain pen with this type of handmade paper. Due to the handmade nature of these products colour and designs may slightly vary but loveliness comes as standard.
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Handcrafted Indra A4 Embossed Leather Journal
£36.95
Handcrafted Indra A4 Embossed Leather Journal
Stunning handmade, fair trade and eco friendly leather covered journal. The leather has been embossed by skilled local village crafts people. Ideal for anyone who has a passion for writing, sketching, painting or just doodling. These journals have 125 pages of unlined handmade khadda paper, made from recycled cotton (also known as kaddi or khaddi) that has been left over from the massive garment industry in India. They are handmade and don't contain any chemicals as we only use unbleached cotton. The paper is made by a charity in rural Rajasthan that promotes women's education and their social standing in the rural villages This journal is available simply embossed or, for a more intrepid look it can be stitched around the outside. We are a fair trade company and regularly visit our suppliers to ensure the highest standards are met. We also quality control all our products to ensure that you only receive the best product available. We pay our suppliers 50% upfront and send money to them whenever they need it and we never send anything back, even if it's damaged. To incentivise the staff, we have a bonus system in place and they can earn up to 5% of our total order value, which can equate to an extra month's wages per year. The leather has been tanned by our suppliers and the journals have been crafted using a mixture of love, contemporary and traditional skills. The embossing has been expertly created using small individual handmade tools making each album unique. Due to the nature of these leather journals the embossed pattern might not be the same as on the image. The pages have been bound by hand so they are strong and perfect for travelling. And these beautiful books don't have to be used as a journal, they're also perfect to use as a scrap book or art book, doodle book or diary, and the paper is great for water-colour painting. We don't recommend using fountain pen with this type of handmade paper. Due to the fact that these products are individual, rustic and handmade, the colour and designs may slightly vary but loveliness comes as standard.
Notonthehighstreet.com
Handcrafted Indra Xl Embossed Leather Journal
£27.95
Handcrafted Indra Xl Embossed Leather Journal
Stunning handmade, fair trade and eco friendly leather covered journal. The leather has been embossed by skilled local village crafts people. Ideal for anyone who has a passion for writing, sketching, painting or just doodling. These journals have 125 pages of unlined handmade khadda paper, made from recycled cotton (also known as kaddi or khaddi) that has been left over from the massive garment industry in India. They are handmade and don't contain any chemicals as we only use unbleached cotton. The paper is made by a charity in rural Rajasthan that promotes women's education and their social standing in the rural villages. This journal is available simply embossed or, for a more intrepid look it can be stitched around the outside. We are a fair trade company and regularly visit our suppliers to ensure the highest standards are met. We also quality control all our products to ensure that you only receive the best product available. We pay our suppliers 50% upfront and send money to them whenever they need it and we never send anything back, even if it's damaged. To incentivise the staff, we have a bonus system in place and they can earn up to 5% of our total order value, which can equate to an extra month's wages per year. The leather has been tanned by our suppliers and the journals have been crafted using a mixture of love, contemporary and traditional skills. The embossing has been expertly created using small individual handmade tools making each album unique. Due to the nature of these leather journals the embossed pattern might not be the same as on the image. The pages have been bound by hand so they are strong and perfect for travelling. And these beautiful books don't have to be used as a journal, they're also perfect to use as a scrap book or art book, doodle book or diary, and the paper is great for water-colour painting. We don't recommend using fountain pen with this type of handmade paper. Due to the fact that these products are individual, rustic and handmade, the colour and designs may slightly vary but loveliness comes as standard.
Notonthehighstreet.com

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