This journal's cover reproduces an Ottoman-era Turkish silk hanging. The ornate design was first drawn on cloth in ink, then embroidered with fine silk thread to bring the flowering tree to life. Gold foil, embossed, gold gilded edges. 192 lined pages - 7-1/4" wide x 9" high (18.4 cm wide x 22.9 cm high) - Bookbound - Ribbon bookmark - Hardcover books lie flat for ease of use.
Create a custom Book of Shadows with this elegant logbook. Record spells, rituals, notes, and more. 5 wide x 7 high (12.7 cm wide x 17.8 cm high). Inside back cover pocket. Elastic band closure.
160 lined pages. 5" wide x 7" high (12.7 cm wide x 17.8 cm high). Bookbound hardcover. Elastic band closure. Inside back cover pocket. Archival/acid-free 120 gsm paper. This journal's cover features a field of pink and purple flowers.
Artisan, A6 notebooks from Flame Tree come in a range of hues to suit the mood and the moment. They’re hand crafted with decorated edges overflowing with petals and teasing vines. And, with flexible, soft touch faux leather covers, they’re easy to slip into your bag and a pleasure to use
Our Agra journal cover is named for Agra, India, where the Taj Mahal is located. It reproduces a photograph by Gérard Degeorge of one of the Taj Mahal’s iconic marble flowers. To carve into marble is to commit to perfection. Any mistake meant the whole slab had to be discarded. Each of these marbled flowers is its own masterwork.
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Sea creatures galore populate this illustration of vibrant life Under the Sea.
The Decomposition Book is a twist on the classic composition book featuring a sewn binding, 100% post-consumer-waste recycled paper and clever cover designs.
College Ruled, Lined
6 × 4 × .25 in
60 Sheets, 120 Pages
New title in the Flame Tree Blank Notebook collection, combining beautiful art with high-quality production, and featuring blank pages, a pocket at the back and two ribbon bookmarks. Perfect as a gift, or an essential personal choice for writers, notetakers, travellers, students, and poets.
A FLAME TREE NOTEBOOK.
This Paperblanks guest book design comes from an 1893 binding housing Voltaire’s Zadig, or The Book of Fate. First published in 1747, it tells the story of Zadig, an ancient Babylonian philosopher. The book is a philosophical treatise that provides thematic inspiration for the modern detective story, including for Edgar Allan Poe’s C. Auguste Dupin.