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Sustainable Leather Journal Elephant Diary, Tree free paper 96 Pages

Sustainable Leather Journal Elephant Diary, Tree free paper 96 Pages

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Our ethically sourced leather journal is handmade textured cotton paper. Cotton paper is made by recycling leftover cotton from the fashion or garment industry. These raw materials are perfect to create a sustainable leather diary like this one!

The popular animal - Elephant - has been embossed in this journal. The elephant is a symbol of good fortune, making it a great keep for anyone taking on a new adventure.

This stationary item makes an ideal gift for a collector of fine diaries and journals.


  • Features ethically sourced Chestnut brown coloured leather
  • Cruelty-free leather. Cowhides are obtained only after an animal dies of old age or natural causes
  • Two leather flap fold over with snap button closures
  • 96 pages of tree-free cotton paper (plain white)
  • You can replace the paper insert once the existing one is out of space, reusing the leather journal cover
  • Handcrafted Elephant diary
  • Fair Trade Journal - Makes you feel good knowing you're supporting the environment and people who need it most!
  • Made in India



  • Width = 12 cm
  • Length = 18 cm



  • Due to the nature of hand-made products, kindly expect slight imperfections in "Sustainable Leather 96 Pages Journal Diary - Elephant, Tree-free paper". This is not a defect and items are non-refundable due to this reason.


About Indian Leather Craft & Artisans

Leatherwork is a time-honoured craft that has been practised for centuries in India and across the country.

The Regar community in Rajasthan, India has been upholding this age-old tradition for generations. Leatherwork is their main occupation and it's from this skill that they get both status symbols as well as necessities to survive on a day-to-day basis with comfort.

For manufacturing this item, the animal hide was obtained only after an animal died of old age or natural causes. The leather has been tanned using a vegetable tanning method, which protects the environment and tannery workers from toxic chemicals. Artisans have used water-based dyes or oils to colour the leather. It takes weeks to prepare the leather before it is used for creating many wonderful products like laptop bags, passport holders, etc.


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