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The pictures on the Techniques page
of Angela Sutton's site, and in the Bookbinding in Pictures project, were taken
by photographer Peter
Many of the marbled papers featured
on the Case Studies page of Angela Sutton's
were created by the late Ann Muir, or by
the company that
continues her work:
One of Ann
Muir's former employees.
Jemma Lewis, has set up her own paper marbling business.
Kate Brett at Payhembury produces marbled papers in period styles.
Hewit and Sons Ltd are tanners and leather dressers.
They are one of the main suppliers of leather used by Angela
Sutton. They also supply papers, tools and equipment
An alternative to leather is bookcloth,
which is used in most commercial work, and is also used in most
comes in a wide range of colours and textures. One
of Angela Sutton's suppliers is FJ Ratchford Ltd
Bookbinders Ltd supply
a wide range of papers, many of them tissues and other decorative
papers from Japan. These can be seen at their shop in Southampton
Row, London WC1, as well as general tools and equipment.
Fine Leathers supply leather and general bookbinding supplies,
and will send a catalogue on request.
and Oakridge Leathers are suppliers of leather,
some in striking colours and patterns.
The marbled paper on the right is
by Victoria Hall.
Victoria Hall is a paper marbler who works in Norwich. She creates marbled
paper in period styles which are very suitable for rebinding
old books. She also makes paste papers, another period method
of paper decoration.
Telephone: 01603 764411.
Sutton is a member of the
Society of Bookbinders.
Sutton's website was created
by Paddy Gormley.