This Dutch Colonial Door Journalbrown leather door journal contains five windows in the design of a Dutch Colonial style (years 1625-1840). The top window is stained glass, while the remainder are clear, to view turquoise handmade paper, adorned with large seedpods, lining the interior as endsheets.
On the inner cover, aqua suede leather trims the window to a fine sharp appearance. White and cream acid-free papers fill the book, bound around three leather binding cords.
The copper hardware has been handformed and wired through the cover. In addition, an old screw from our 1906 house becomes the doorknob.
Brown and turquoise threads wrap around leather cords to form headbands, stitched directly into the spine ends. 55 lb tensile strength fabric reinforces the hinges of the Dutch Colonial Door Journal.
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