Artscroll Hand-Tooled Leather Collection - Siddur: Tiferes Yaakov: Hebrew Only Pocket Size

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Publisher: Artscroll

The only authentic Artscroll leather heirloom product available. It will be cherished and passed on for generations.

The craftsmen of ArtScroll and SeferCraft have combined their talents with the craftsmen of Yerushalayim Leather to create a select heirloom collection, which is sure to grace your Library shelves for generations. This is the only such collection authorized by ArtScroll and which features the ArtScroll sculpted emblem and specially designed endpaper, assuring the timeless value and authenticity of these volumes.

The rich scent of fine leather and the luxurious feel of hand tooled workmanship give our Yerushalayim Leather volumes a distinction all their own. Unsurpassed gifts that will be used and cherished forever, their antique aura conveys a sense of tradition and warmth.

Embossed with the Genuine ArtScroll sculpted emblem and specially designed endpapers - attesting to their superior and authentic quality inside and out - Yerushalayim Genuine Leather superior reinforced bindings are timeless. They are an elegant expression of permanence and importance for all occasions or for one’s own library. These brown leather editions are available in a rich dark finish or in a hand-rubbed two-tone finish. Embossed with the genuine ArtScroll sculpted emblem and specially designed endpapers - attesting to their superior and authentic quality inside and out - Yerushalayim Genuine Leather superior reinforced bindings are timeless. Their antique aura convey a sense of tradition and warmth. They are an elegant expression of permanence and importance for all occasions or for one’s own library.

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