These contemporary handmade, Fair Trade and eco friendly leather journals are made by a small family business in Rajasthan, India. Perfect if you need a trustworthy diary, a journal for travel companionship, an inspiration book or a simple notebook, you will find exactly that in our beautiful collection of fair trade leather journals. Each and every one of our notebooks is handmade by a small family business in Rajasthan, India, using a mixture of contemporary and traditional methods.
Each leather journal is individual, leather is a natural product and can have slight imperfections, we feel this adds to the individuality and makes each product unique. In addition, the leather used for the covers is a byproduct of the meat industry and is tanned using natural dyes.
In addition, the leather used for the covers is a byproduct of the meat industry and is tanned using natural dyes.
These stylish leather journals have approximately 115 pages 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. The paper is very easy to write on but does have a slight texture. We do not advise using an ink pen on this paper, ball point or gel pen will work the best.
These journals are fastened with our new 3 leather string closure.
By buying this product you will be supporting the work of skilled artisans and craftspeople in Rajasthan, India.
All the products in this range are made by a small family business in Rajasthan who following Fair Trade guidelines and we are proud that together we are able to provide people in rural villages fairly paid work that would have otherwise been difficult to find.
We respect our producers and it is very important to us that we treat them fairly.
Size: 110 x 160 mm
Due to the handmade nature of these products colour and designs may slightly vary but loveliness comes as standard.
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