A6 - 240 pages. High quality black suede with amber glass eye,
hand made using a technique to reflect available light. The eye is surrounded by
a gold Egyptian/Celtic border with knotwork herons and irridescent blue
In Celtic lore the Heron was associated with birth
and the creation of life - its Welsh name Creyr literally means
"creator". In Egyptian mythology the heron (Benu) is the sun bird, the
ba or soul of Re, and symbolises the rise of life heralding a new period
of wealth and fertility. The Benu is described as "the one who came into
being by himself".
The book is sewn in French style
and has a spinal insert. Red headbands. Black and gold 3D endpapers.
Cover: 113mm W x 159mm H (4.45 x 6.26in).
Page: 105mm W x 148mm H (4.13 x 5.88in). Weight: 0.337kg (0.74lb).
International Order: Reina Soto (California) 06 Apr 2007 -
20 Jun 2007