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Leather Moleskine Cover | Celtic Braid

SKU# MSLC16

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$72.00
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Please note: Our Moleskine cover price does not include the insert. Since there are so many Moleskine insert options we don’t presume you want the only format we offer. If you'd like a lined notebook, you can purchase it HERE. Our cover accommodates 5" x 8.25 inch Moleskine notebook only.

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  • SKU: MSLC16
  • Colors: Green, Wine, Saddle
  • Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches
  • Weight with insert: 1lb. 2 oz.

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  • Matching Britannia Pewter button.
  • A built-in elastic place holding band
  • Moleskines DO NOT come with a book insert.
  • To purchase replacement moleskine fillers, click here: Fillers & Inserts
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Celtic Braid

The universal meaning attached to the spiritual knot work art of the Celtic culture is the symbol of the endless wheel, unending line or regeneration and the inter-connectedness of life. No recorded history attaches specific meanings to different knot work styles; however it is generally agreed that spirals honor the Goddess and reflect themes of consciousness and balance, interlacing knots the unending cycle of life and death, and key or maze patterns the twists and turns of life’s journey. Animal or bird images symbols, known as zoomorphic knots are more straightforward. Hounds or dogs represent loyalty; dragons symbolize rebirth and bird’s purity or nobility. The boar represents ferocity or strength. Our best advice when choosing Celtic imagery is to use your intuition. Whichever knot you like best is the one for you!