A5 Fulbeck Walnut Notebook

A5 Fulbeck Walnut Notebook

176.00

Figured Fulbeck Walnut
It is always a delight to know the history that relates to a particular tree. This magnificent 300-400 year old Walnut was the country’s third largest, until it was sadly blown down in the great storm of 2007. It grew in the grounds of Fulbeck Hall in Lincolnshire and is believed to be the tree under which the Duke of Wellington and Lady Georgina Fane sat during their courtship. Its richly figured veneer now graces our Fulbeck Walnut Notebooks. Walnut trees are native to south-east Europe and south-west China.

Please note: As wood is a natural product, your notebook will be completely unique and may differ slightly from the photos. Photo showing the inside of the book is purely an example (of Lacewood).

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All our hand crafted notebooks are easily refillable, with either lined paper, plain paper or a diary, allowing these notebooks and journals to become much-loved keepsakes that get better with age.

The wood spine is precision cut to create a flexible hinge permitting the wood grain to run from the front to the back of the book.

Each bundle of wood is expertly hand selected specially for our books. We use wood from the burr (Burl) of the tree, some of the most stunning and unusual figured woods like the Tamo Ash and classic crown cut woods like Santos Rosewood.