Yabbut, where can I buy them? Are they online somewhere? What is the name of the manufacturer? Patrice ... that I ... lizard skin, ... used for ...Message 1 of 3 , Sep 30, 2002View SourceYabbut, where can I buy them? Are they online somewhere? What is the
name of the manufacturer?
> Here is a link to a picture of eco leathers - these are eco leathersthat I
> have used.lizard skin,
> 1. looks like morocco but has some blinding making it look like
> 2. I do not know what type of leather does it copy but it looks great.
> 3. This is imitation of fur - a material noone as far as I know has
> bookbinding but the books look great.indistinguishable from
> 4. imitation of vellum - very good looking and almost
> the real one (i know because I had used genuin vellum).where I
> 5. The best of the five - looks very nice and sits perfectly.
> All these are very cheap at less than $10 per sq meter. in the shop
> purchased these there was even a larger variety of colours,textures, etc. I
> highly recommend these for binding of limited editions and specialeditions
> and even ordinaryt editions of books. I have made so far some A5-sizeshould use
> journals and one A4 and they all look great.
> Konstantin - not every artist is a pen collector but every artist
> a fountain pen.another
> http://kmpens.tripod.com - we are writing instrument shop, not just
> stationery. Marlen, Pelikan, Lamy, Montblanc, pre-owned
> Chat with friends online, try MSN Messenger: http://messenger.msn.com
konstantin, can we see your book covers or a book. What kind of content to you do? Gianna [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]Message 1 of 3 , Oct 1, 2002View Sourcekonstantin, can we see your book covers or a book. What kind of content to
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