This Copper Cross Bible with Gold Stamped Name features a cross formed on two levels.
A slight patina coats the copper cross. Therefore, it shows some subtle variation in color. I sprayed lemon juice on the raw copper surface to create color and aging on the cross. Then clear coating sealed in the desired finish.
Two levels form the platform on which the copper cross is mounted. Subsequently. thin smooth black leather wraps tightly around the three-dimensional base of the cross.
A gold stamped name personalizes the Bible. That is to say, a specific font choice was heated and stamped into the leather with gold foil. As a result, the name presses into the leather as a slightly debossed impression.
A double layer of 55 pound tensile strength fabric reinforces the hinges to ensure strength and heirloom quality. In addition, archival permanently flexible glue safeguards the book for a lifetime of durability.
Handstiched headbands protect the spine ends. I wrap leather cords with thread colors to compliment the color scheme. They are directly sewn onto the binding edges with purple and black threads.
Purple handmade paper lines the interior as endsheets on the Copper Cross Bible with Gold Stamped Name.
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