Here’s a list of Bible rebinding options in traditional colors and textures — blacks, browns, and burgundies — good for a conservative taste. All our covers come complete with “Holy Bible” on the spine or face (if the material is imprintable), one ribbon marker, and new leatherette end pages.
These prices are assuming your Bible has an intact sewn binding. If the pages are falling out or the binding is glued, we would need to repair that with cord insertion ($22.00). Can’t tell? See our article
Available in black, chocolate, and deep red, and a thicker very dark brown that’s almost black. This is natural, unembossed leather, soft and very flexible. The example pictured has a traditional “wide yapp,” which is the longer, overhanging edges. The standard overhang is about 1/4″ past the page edges, but we can take this out to about 1/2″ upon request.
Available in a semi-glossy black (pictured). It is simple and distinguished, but soft and flexible.
Also, in gray, brown, tan, maroon, dark red, and navy.
This is a cowhide with an embossed goatskin grain — all the good looks of goatskin, a wonderful sheen, and the sturdiness of a cowhide. Only in black.
Smooth Black Calfskin
One of our newer looks — sleek and flexible, soft and classy, the smooth black calfskin is very attractive on your Bible. Also available in brown and red.
This good-looking all-natural leather is 100% vegetable tanned and has a prominent natural grain. It only comes in burgundy, and the shades vary. The feel is soft and flexible in your hand.
This is a Leonard’s Specialty style. The outside is a River Grain goatskin and inside, it is lined in soft lambskin. It is our only leather-lined option, soft and pliable. This comes in black, mocha, crimson, navy, and more, with several options to choose from. Click here to read more about the Leather-Lined River Grain Goatskin style.