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Leathers for bookbinding and upholstery

Edward Richardson

Leathers for bookbinding and upholstery

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Published by Elswick Leather Works in Newcastle-on-Tyne .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Edw. and Jas. Richardson.
ContributionsRichardson, Jas.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13811019M


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Leathers for bookbinding and upholstery by Edward Richardson Download PDF EPUB FB2

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out of 5 stars $ $ The other reviewer was obviously looking for a soft cloth with which to clean books. This is not it. This material is used by crafters to hand bind homemade books.

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It’s traditionally used for upholstery due to it’s thickness & durability but we’ve found it makes an excellect covering for books. Very earthy & rustic leather that looks and feels wonderful. There is an additional charge of $ over the standard leathers.

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The furniture upholstery industry, by contrast, needs leather that is sturdy, but flexibility doesn’t seem all that important. In fact, we see some thinner leathers made especially for the upholstery industry that have been backed with another material to add durability.

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49 West 38th Street New York, New York, United States. Leather is very little used for modern bookbinding, and consequently the designers of bookcovers must, as a rule, take into consideration the adaptability of another material. Stamped cloth is the more common material for this purpose novadays, and the old leather-work designs have been superseded by free and tra?ditional ornament in some way.

This leather has been drum dyed for deep dye penetration and consistent color. And it’s soft. Split to 3 ounces, it’s available in black, British tan, and slate blue, in sf half sides and sf full sides.

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Traditionally leather should be about mm thick for bookbinding. I have used leathers that are much thicker as well as leathers that are thinner. The thinner leather poses its' own problems. It can tear quite easily.

Years ago I did some bookbinding with some rather thick leather. Probably something comparable to what you have at the moment. In this video I talk about and show paring leather and how to make rounded corners on leather covers. For those interested in the paring knife I use, it is an English paring knife available from.

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It is expected to reach $ billion by It'll set you back like 50 to 60 bucks depending, but you get a lot.

Also you can buy 1 square foot veg tan leather on Amazon but theres no guarantee that its ethically sourced from a lot of sellers. So be careful who you buy from. Lastly if all else fails a lot of thrift stores have old leather jackets that are the perfect weight for book binding.

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oz / mm thickness- Camel tan oily suedeWorks great for upholstery, purses, handbag, shoes, book binding, jackets, buy full hides and cut them to the size you need to give you the highest quality! We stock thousands of different leathers.

please contact me if you are looking for some.D Practice for Accelerated Aging of Leather. A substantial difficulty in using leather in applications requiring very long service lives is estimating how well a particular leather will actually hold up in service.

Such applications may include use in musical instruments such as pipe organs, bookbinding leathers, etc. Use of leather in pipe organs in the past (prior to.The traditional adhesive for bookbinding leather is wheat-paste.

Wallpaper paste is a good modern alternative. If it is not exposed to excessive moisture, the job should be good for hundreds of years or more. Bookbinding leather is very thin and has some stretch. The wheat paste will give you plenty of time to work the leather into the corners.