Iridescent highlights and gold foil treatments light up the sun, planets, stars, borders, and other particulars against a background of cerulean blue on the Celestial Journal.
This journal's cover reproduces a goatskin binding created by bookbinding firm Henry T. Wood of London in 1033. Wood of London was known for its progressive and distinctive designs, evident in the subtle asymmetry and intricate details in this cover. Embossing adds dimensional detailing, while a hubbed spine with gilded touches recalls tomes of old.
This 160-page lined journal contains a ribbon bookmark, acid-free/archival paper, and features binding that lies flat for ease of use.
Size: 15.88 x 21 cm (6.25 by 8.25 inches)