The Manor Bindery, created in 1976 by a group of friends with a common passion for books and fine binding, get its namesake from the Manor of Cadland, an estate once used by William the Conqueror himself. Bringing together a small team of craftsmen, expert in binding and restoring antiquarian books the company has expanded and diversified into new and interesting fields. One of which is the manufacture of false books. Some might say this is unusual but the use of false books to conceal doors, weapons and other secrets is as old as bookbinding itself. The Kindle and iPad are the perfect example of wrapping new, modern technology with the look and nostalgic feel of an antiquarian book.
E-Reader and iPad Case - Pride & Prejudice
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Protect Your E-Reader With Pride and Prejudice
More than 200 years after it was first published, Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice remains one of the most enduring classics of modern English literature. The title's durability takes on new meaning with this handsome electronic reader protective case, handmade by English bookbinders, in the style of an early printing of Pride and Prejudice. Practical as it is charming, this case will turn your e-reader into something of a classic itself. E-reader cover fits the Kindle 3, iPad cover fits the iPad 2. E-reader cover for Kindle Fire is coming soon.
These stately covers are also available in four other titles: Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales, Charles Darwin's On The Origins of Species, Einstein's Theory of Relativity, and Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace.
Wibalin is a paper based book binding tape with a pressure sensitive adhesive and release liner.
Please note, this item is discontinued. When it sells out, it will no longer be available.