The cover design of this splendid Canterbury Journal is a reproduction of a gold-tooled book binding created in London in 1701. The slanted lines at the top and bottom of the design are referred to as ''cottage roof style,'' a frequent element of English book bindings in the 17th and 18th centuries. A matte black background sets off tulips and other motifs which are illumined with iridescent red highlights. Patterns of leaves and lacey accents are traced in gold foil. Embossing adds dimensional detailing, while a ''hubbed'' spine treatment recalls tomes of old. Gilded-gold page edging and an elegant ribbon bookmark round out the package.
- Inside, this Canterbury Journal provides plenty of space in which to write personal reflections or record favorite quotations or poems.
- 160 lightly-lined writing pages.
- Acid-free, archival paper takes pen or pencil beautifully.
- Inside back cover pocket holds notes, reminders, business cards, and more.
- Complementary interior endsheets.
- Black elastic band attached to back cover keeps your place or keeps journal closed.
- 6-1/4 inches wide by 8-1/4 inches high.