Jewish News has teamed up with Bark & Rock to offer one lucky winner a B5 Walnut Burr journal, worth £300!
During lockdown, journaling has become ever more popular and with these luxury journals from Bark & Rock you can get creative with art or capture written memoirs in handmade books made from wood and stone.
Bark & Rock has been making luxury stationery items, such as notebooks, journals, photograph albums and guestbooks to the high-end market from its Surrey workshop since the company launched in 2018.
Special editions include wood inlaying and silver or 24-carat gold personalisation. The books, which take four days to produce from start to finish, come with refillable pages and will last a lifetime.
The books are made from the burr of the walnut tree, in a growth normally found in the root system which comprise wonderful wood grain patterns, meaning no two books look the same. The walnut veneer is only extracted once the tree has passed its peak nut harvesting and the tree is cut down and replaced with a new one.
For more information visit www.barkandrock.com or call 020 8941 3481.
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Competition terms and conditions
One winner will receive a B5 Walnut Burr journal worth £300. Prize is as stated, not transferable, not refundable and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or exchanged in whole or in part for cash.
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Closing date: 30 October 2020
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