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Fiorentina’s new patent leather journal and accessories are high quality with a modern twist.

This new line of journals, binders, portfolios and pencil cases is a modern take on Fiorentina’s old world charm. The classic Italian leather is accented with a smooth, high-gloss finish, making it sleek, sophisticated, and fun. These products are available in white, black, and fire engine red. White and red have the best resistance to dust and fingerprints, while the black naturally shows more but can easily be polished with a microfiber cloth or a shirt sleeve.

This journal features a sleek, shiny patent leather cover with high quality paper that you would expect from Fiorentina.

The journals are available only in the easy-to-carry 5 x 7 size and contain approximately 120 leaves of the same durable, pen friendly Fiorentina paper. The pages are fresh smelling and there is a satin bookmark attached to the binding for convenience. This journal looks and feels wonderful.

Keep your paperwork and notes in high-style with a glossy, portfolio.

The portfolios are well-designed to hold an 8.5″ x 11″ paper pad securely in place and open flat, and come equipped with an inside pen loop, two full-size pockets, and a smaller pocket great for holding index or business cards. The edges are thick to prevent bending or damage, while the portfolio itself is still slim and flexible, and snaps closed easily.

It will be hard to ose your pencils when you keep them in a bright red patent leather case.

The pencil cases have substantially thinner (yet durable) walls, and can hold a decent-sized handful of pens and pencils and still zip closed. They are small enough to slip into just about any bag.

The 3-ring binders are not pictured here, but can be found at Jenni Bick Bookbinding, and are for sale along with the other patent leather products.  These items are high-end, unique, and sure to draw compliments from friends and coworkers and other curious passersby.

Purchase them here: JenniBick.com.

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