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Personalised Wedding Leather Album

£75.00
  • 33.5cm x 33.5cm x 4cm recycled leather photo album
  • Handmade in England from recycled leather
  • Shown here is copper on flamingo
  • Contains 40 smooth FSC cream leaves with glycine interleaving
  • Will comfortably hold four 6" x 4" photos per page
  • Customisation available ( it will replace what you see in the image )
  • Wide range of incredible colours to choose from
  • Simply majestic in size and our largest leather photo album.
  • This luxury, jumbo photo album will look perfect on any shelf or coffee table
  • An album that will be a pleasure to have and to hold
  • Pictured here is the colour flamingo with copper lettering

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