Box making is another skill of the bookbinder.
For nearly every book or object a matching box, slipcase or other type of protection is available.
Boxes can be made to:
- preserve or transport a new book
- hold photos to create a combination of the album and the box
- preserve old and antiquarian books or important documents such as diplomas
- protect single sheets of paper such as sketches, etchings, (children’s) drawings or engravings,
- enhance and compliment a design binding.