Recycled Leather Marble Pencil Case


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In collaboration with the Natural History Museum

  • Made from recycled leather
  • Zip Closure
  • Soft & flexi texture
  • Makes a great gift
  • Part of the marbled collection

Embrace the vivid hues found in the natural world with the Natural History Museum Marble Recycled Leather Pencil Case. This pencil case is exquisitely crafted with a soft and pliable texture and boasts a convenient zip closure. Its stunning Marble design takes inspiration from the ornate endpapers discovered in historical books within the Museum's library. Whether you're an artistic soul, a dedicated student, or simply someone who finds joy in doodling, it's the perfect present to ignite your creativity. The outer layer, composed of recycled leather, not only champions eco-consciousness but also imparts an element of sophistication to your stationery collection. To complete your assortment, consider adding the matching notebook, creating a harmonious set that pays homage to the wonders of the natural world.

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Inspired by the decorative endpapers found in many historical books from the Museum’s library, the Marbling collection takes its name from the classic technique ‘paper marbling’ – a method to decorate paper by applying colour to a water solution creating beautiful kaleidoscopic patterns, which are then transferred to paper. A traditional technique used for hundreds of years - its exact origins are unknown - due to the nature of the process, no two designs are ever identical.

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Product Dimensions

W18cm x L9cm x H8cm

Natural History Museum
60% Recycled Leather, 30% Cotton Fabric, 10% Polyester & Metal
Pack Contents
1 x Pencil Case

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