Goat

  • Furniture Goat

    As a surface material, parchment and vellum convey subtleness and solidity less like leather and more like stone thanks to their crisp edges and depth of character.  As an applied panel material, parchment can be used as cabinet doors, desk and table tops, and headboards, not to mention wall panels in room interiors.  Its sometimes translucency makes it a class material for lampshades, light sconces, and room screens.  Contact us to learn about our beautiful and unique range of parchments and ask us how we can advise you on the right material to make your parchment paneling or lighting project unforgettable.  We also offer manufacturing capabilities if you are looking for assistance with furniture or interior projects.

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  • Binding Goat

    Parchment as a binding material has been around for thousands of years.  Its density, flexibility and toughness give it a surprising strength.  For a material that is only as thick as a few sheets of paper, it is remarkable in its ability to withstand wear and maintain its flexibility as a cover and hinge material.  It can also be dyed and tooled to produce stunning results.  We pride ourselves on offering parchments in keeping with historical and traditional standards, as well as some unorthodox offerings.  This gives us a range of parchments that appeals to conservators and modern book artists alike that you will find nowhere else.  Available in a standard thickness of .3 mm.

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  • Calligraphy Goat

    Our calligraphy parchment has been hand-prepared for writing on one side.  It is a durable medium for illuminations and calligraphy that can handle corrections well.  If kept at a stable temperature and humidity it can last indefinitely, as evidenced by the large trove of parchment manuscripts still with us.  Crisp pen lines, luminescent illustrations, and deep letterpress impressions one can feel make it a truly unique material for nearly any media.

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  • Manuscript Goat

    Our manuscript parchment has been hand-sanded on both sides of the skin, perfect for use as pages in books.  It is a durable medium for illuminations and calligraphy that can handle corrections well.  If kept at a stable temperature and humidity it can last indefinitely, as evidenced by the large trove of parchment manuscripts still with us.  Crisp pen lines, luminescent illustrations, and brilliant foil tooling make it a truly unique material for nearly any media.

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  • Goat Parchment Cut Sheet Pack

    While parchment is largely sought after for its uniqueness and variability, some projects call for several pieces of parchment, often with the same color, finish, and texture.  To help with those instances, we're offering packs of our calligraphy-prepared 8"x10" cut sheets.  Available in goat as cream or natural, the packs come in either 4 or 9 sheets.

  • Goat Parchment Cut Sheets

    Goatskin - a longtime favorite of bookbinders, furniture designers, and interior designers - features pronounced grain patterns that lend it unique gradation, color, and character. Goatskins are available with a calligraphy-ready finish on one or both sides, or with a standard unfinished surface.  Pre-cut sizes can have any finish, along with the typical color range for goat, including natural, white, and cream, as well as standard or custom dyes.

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  • Assorted Parchment Scraps (Half Pound)

    Assorted parchment scraps are available for purchase by the pound. These scraps may include any combination of calfskin, deerskin, goatskin, or sheepskin. There are roughly three dozen four square inch scraps in a pound. Scraps are often used for smaller projects as well as repairs to larger projects.

  • Assorted Parchment Scraps (One Pound)

    Assorted parchment scraps are available for purchase by the pound. These scraps may include any combination of calfskin, deerskin, goatskin, or sheepskin. There are roughly three dozen four square inch scraps in a pound. Scraps are often used for smaller projects as well as repairs to larger projects.

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