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Repairing Leather Bindings with Japanese Paper
Repairing Leather Bindings with Japanese Paper


 
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By Dominic Riley

DVD Produced and Published by the Society of Bookbinders

A Video record of Dominic Riley’s demonstration at the Society of Bookbinders Seminar in Birmingham, 2002

- Includes step-by-step tutorials
- Over 87 minutes of video

When leather bindings break at the joint, the traditional approach is to reback the binding with leather, re-hanging the boards and relining the spine. However, there are times when this is not feasible.

I recent years, conservator Don Etherington and other have pioneered simple, non-invasive repairs using Japanese tissue. This demonstration by Dominic, covers these techniques.

Also includes a slide show of the prize winning bindings from the Society of Bookbinder International Bookbinding competition 2005

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