Shop: Sea Library’s Bookmarks and Postcards

Sea Library is a dream world I have created in our old wooden house, standing for a century on a dune peninsula between river and sea. For three years the doors of the library have been wide open for books about seas and curious readers to come and go. To support what I do, I weave. If you will buy a woven bookmark, you can be sure that a new book will be bought and added to the unique watery collection. Sold postcards give me a chance to pay for the post so I could send the borrowed books to those who cannot visit. Let’s help the Sea Library to live long and strong!

This bright and colourful one is inspired by Stephen Rutt’s new book “The Eternal Season”, published this summer by Elliott & Thompson.

You can borrow the book from the Sea Library for free and buy the bookmark for yourself or as a gift for your book-loving friend:

20 EUR (free postage + free Sea Library’s postcard).
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The bookmark will be on its way to you, wherever you are !

This grey, blue and dark red one is inspired by Michael Blencowe’s new book “Gone”, published this summer by Elliott & Thompson.

You can borrow the book from the Sea Library for free and buy the bookmark for yourself or as a gift for your book-loving friend:

20 EUR (free postage + free Sea Library’s postcard).
PayPal me & add your address.

The bookmark will be on its way to you, wherever you are !

Limited edition and first ever Sea Library’s postcards illustrated by Latvian artist Katrīna Ģelze. If you want this dreamy boat of books, it can be yours. Worldwide postage is for free:

7 EUR (or 7.50 EUR if you want an envelope in the colour of mother of pearl).

30 EUR if you buy 5 postcards (32 EUR if with envelopes).

50 EUR if you buy 10 postcards (free envelopes).

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Postcards will be on their way to you, wherever you are !

PS Each bookmark is one and unique. Here are some of the SOLD ones that crossed the seas to reach United States, England, Sweden and New Zealand. I can also weave new ones in the colours you prefer or inspired by your favorite book. Just let me know!

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