Smythson 's 'Portobello' notebook still uses the same binding founder Mr Frank Smythson devised in 1908 - the floppy construction means it can be "squashed, folded or rolled up without becoming marked or misshapen", according to the British stationer. Filled with ruled featherweight pages, it's bound in durable cross-grain leather that won't scuff easily. The generous proportions mean it's a great addition to your home or office desk, but it also makes a hardy travel companion. Black cross-grain leather - Gilt-edge featherweight pages, grosgrain bookmark - Comes in a presentation box - Made in the UK
Portobello Cross-Grain Leather Notebook in Black
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