New Bone Folders
SPECIALIST small folders
In polished bone and horn, these folders are perfect for delicate work, box making, small bindings and tight corners. Hand tools of excellent craftsmanship for creating beautiful hand bound books, boxes, portfolios and all kinds of hand worked items where intricate detail and careful finishing are essential.
Polished 4″ BONE Folder £7.50
Polished 4″ HORN Folder £8.00
SEE OUR STOCK OF BOOK ARTS & BOOKBINDING HAND TOOLS HERE including our standard 6″ treated bone folders, Bookbinder Tool Kits, Materials, Bookcloth, Pre-cut project kits, hand marbled papers and more.
Standard 6″ Bone Folders, Treated £9.00
Our standard size 6″ bone folders are treated to resist stains, adhesives and added strength for durability gradually acquiring a natural sheen and polish through normal use becoming more beautiful over time. An essential hand tool for any bookbinder or artist whose work depends on craftsmanship and fine finishing.
Guildhall Library Exhibtion ‘LondEnfold’
18 Nov – 13 Dec 2014
Book artist Meg Green has created a series of works inspired by the archives of Guildhall Library, the largest collection in the world
devoted to the history of a single city.
In a special Guildhall LIbrary Exhibition, these unique hand-bound books expand off the page and climb out of the covers depicting some of the more unusual aspects of London’s extraordinary sense of place.
Eight hinged folios, Index, Drop down panel box.
Each folio contains a detailed composition inspired by a specific book within the Guildhall Library. Discover the details of each book by matching the folio image to the Index thumbnail to locate it within the archives.
Look INSIDE the box!
Fold-out reversible pamphlet.
Inspired by the Broadsides collections of Guildhall Library.
Twelve panels depicting details of selected Broadside sheets within Guildhall Library’s archives. Each panel includes the Broadside archive reference number.
Open this book and SEE all the pages!
Back-to-back book with fold-out timeline and diptych.
Pictorial timeline of the history of Guildhall Library informed by Dr. Peter Cook’s 2012 lecture for Gresham College on this subject. Layout and artwork inspired by the architecture of Guildhall Yard and the Roman Amphitheatre situated directly beneath street level, access via Guildhall Art Gallery.
“Guildhall Library Artist-In-Residence Meg Green presents ‘LondEnfold’ a range of original Artist’s Books inspired by the Library’s collections. Meg will be discussing books as artworks, and vice versa, along with some of the eccentric ideas and projects which fuel this unusual occupation. The presentation will be followed by an open reception where visitors are invited to browse the Artist’s Books with time for questions and discussion.”
An Introduction to Books Arts
Thursday, 4 December, 1 – 4pm
£45 Advance booking essential
“Discover a range of techniques and make your own books during this half-day workshop. Led by Meg Green of Some Odd Pages Book Arts studio, this interactive session lets you explore materials and develop your own ideas in Book Arts and bookbinding, perfect for creating unique artist’s books and for Christmas. Materials included, tools provided. No experience necessary.”
Give them back their favourite book this Christmas season
Perfect Christmas gift
It’s clearly too early for tinsel in the shops but now is the very time to get your broken books over to your trusted bookbinder in time for Christmas. Have their favourite volume repaired or rebound, a perfect gift for someone special this season. Don’t leave it to the last minute, work table priority list is filling up now.
New secure payment system:
Paypal & credit cards, international shipping
New secure online shop now live! You can either use your own Paypal account or simply opt for secure credit card payments, Visa or Mastercard. No login necessary and all details are secure. Just click ‘Add to Basket’ under any item in the shop and ‘Check Out’ when you’re ready. You will receive instant transaction ID and email confirmation of your purchase. Easy, peasy, safe and secure, Some Odd Pages’ shop is now available online.
Lots of small and medium sized businesses around the world now accept Paypal to securely purchase goods and transfer funds. It’s easy and very cost effective, find out more about Paypal at www.Paypal.com
Online shopping: secure payment system with Visa, Mastercard & Paypal
Online shopping should be easy and secure. We’re hard at work behind the scenes getting a new secure online shopping system in place. Very soon you will be able to click straight through to have Some Odd Pages delivered to your door. Pay using Visa, Mastercard, Paypal, Bitcoin or cheque (££ please). #Hoooray!
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