The Insignia Collection
Custom Premier Study Bibles
The Two Primary Factors of Binding Quality:
- Quality of Leather
The types of material used affect (a) the aesthetics, (b) the feel, and (c) the durability of the Bible. When choosing leathers from around the world, we use only those that possess all three qualities. Particularly with natural grain leathers, each is so unique that no two have the same appearance. Natural anomalies such as scars, wrinkles, variation of hue or depth, or other irregularities are not considered defects. Instead, they are regarded as organic features and are what make each Bible special.
- The Binding Process
From selecting the best cut from the hide, to the detail features, to attaching the cover to the book block, each part of the binding process is handcrafted to precision.
We apply edge-lined casing, which is a specialized process that can be accomplished only by hand. One advantage of this process is that the binding is extremely durable and flexible. And, because each is individually hand-made, it creates a one-of-a-kind characteristic. We are so confident in the workmanship that we guarantee the binding for a lifetime.
Note: No animals are slaughtered for purposes of obtaining these hides. All included leathers are a by-product of other industries such as food.
Our Lifetime Guarantee
Our lifetime guarantee is a warranty against faulty workmanship and “actual” defective materials* with no time limit to make a claim. This does not include normal wear-and-tear due to normal use or abuse. It does not ensure that the product will perform for the lifetime of any person. We simply guarantee the work and the average expectancy that the materials are expected to perform as determined by the average longevity for materials of its kind by how it is used. If you are not completely satisfied due to reasons within our warranty, please contact us at any time for a resolution.
“Actual” defective materials are those which perform poorly. Natural anomalies such as scars, wrinkles, variation of hue or depth, or other irregularities are not considered defects. Instead, they are regarded as organic features and are what make a custom Bible unique. Keep in mind that most leathers with a “perfect” look are either synthetic or embossed leather (faux texture).
Colors may vary: For leather, not only do screens differ in displaying colors, but also the actual leather can vary from hide to hide as each was likely dyed at different times. Items such as stitching and ribbons may also vary as the displayed photos are only examples of colors that may be used.
We offer a 30-day, money-back guarantee for any reason for new Bibles in completely unused condition. This excludes Bibles with name stamping and previously-owned rebinds (upgraded Bibles).
Why Are Edge-Lined/Leather-Lined Bibles So Important?
(Note: We are not affiliated with the following video or Beau Tate.)