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We proudly design and manufacture all of our products in the United States. All of the design work, manufacturing and production is done in our studio shop in Santa Rosa California.

Leather Refillable Journal, Iris, 2 sizes, 3 Colors

    • A beautiful Iris flower design wraps around the journal with detailed embossing that really does justice to this noble flower.
    • Available in TWO sizes. Large 6 x 9 inches / Small 5 x 6.875 inches.
    • Hand cast Britannia pewter button and leather thong closure.
    • A blank hardbound book insert is included, made with recycled, heavy bond, acid free paper. Provided with a lined template sheet to facilitate straight lined writing.
    • Optional Pen Loop $5
    • Large Journal is a great fit for standard A5 size notebook fillers.
    • Colors: Teal, Orchid, Wine
    • Book Insert size: Large 5.5 x 8.5 inches with 208 pages / Small 4.25 x 6.25 inches with 220 pages
    • Weight with book in cover: Large 1.6 lb / Small .80 lb. For replacement Oberon Book Fillers Click Here.
    • What's the difference between our Large Notebook Covers and our Large Journals? Click Here...
  • The written and pictorial history of the Iris begins in ancient Egypt where their image is immortalized on sculptures in temples and crypts as symbols of regeneration; the three petals representing wisdom, faith and valor. The Greek Goddess Iris, guide to the newly dead, was associated with rainbows that link heaven and earth symbolically, advancing the spiritual connection associated with the flower. The Iris flower is later related to French monarchy and the heraldic symbol of English kings as the fleur de lis emblem. The Iris, as well as lily flowers are also associated with the Virgin Mary.
    The Iris (eye of heaven) is an ancient flower whose symbolism is embedded in Egyptian, Greek and Roman mythology. Irises are also associated with the history of European monarchies, especially French royalty, in the form of heraldry. Since the 5th century the Iris flower has been represented in the stylized form of the Fleur de Lis symbol, the three petals of the iris signifying valor, wisdom and faith. The Greeks named the flower after the messenger goddess Iris, who traveled on the arcs of rainbows and guided the souls of women to the Elysian Fields. Cultivated Iris most common to the Americans, originated in the species Iris Germnica, native to southern Europe.

  • Our handmade leather products are made when you place your order. We do not keep inventory or stock on hand.
    Normal production time for a Leather Cover is 3-5 business days (more time may be needed during the height of the holiday season).
    Delivery times depends on the shipping method you choose at checkout.

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