Yggdrasil Notebook with Antique Paper
- Leather bound book with blank pages
- Historical and classy way to write down notes
- Approx. 240 pages to write or draw to
- Medium size 17,5 cm x 13,5 cm x 4.2 cm
24 in stock
Description of the Product
Yggdrasil is a giant ash tree in Scandinavian mythology that supports the entire universe and is the center of the cosmos. The universe consists of nine worlds connected by Yggdrasil. Humans and gods live in Midgård (translated as the middle yard) and at the roots of the tree there are both the kingdom of death and the dead Helheim and the kingdom of ice, fog, darkness and cold Niflheim, where the ice giants live.
Yggdrasil is the center of many important stories in Scandinavian mythology. For example Odin gained wisdom after drinking from a spring under the Yggdrasil and learned the secrets of the runes after hanging himself from this tree. According to the stories, life rises again from this world tree even after Ragnarök, destruction of the world.
This journal has thick embossed leather covers and inside you can find approx. 240 empty handmade paper pages waiting for your notes, drawings, spells, thoughts, travel plans, or whatever you fancy. You can use this book for example as a diary, for customer orders, drawings, as a gardeners notebook, travel book, guest book (also why not as a quest book) or as a book for your own family tree, recipe book and so on.
- This book can be closed and tied using a leather strap
- Thickness of the cover leather is approx. 2-3 mm
- Approx. 240 writable pages
- Size approx. 17,5 cm x 13,5 cm x 4.2 cm
- Weight approx 400 g
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