Featuring a German pattern dating to 1568, this journal design suggests an ornately engraved door or magical gateway. With an emphasis on exuberant gold decoration, our cover is emblematic of the era's artistic expressiveness. Originally crafted from beechwood and dark brown leather, this stylized cover once contained Jeremiah Schweiglinum's Handbook of the Lord's Supper. It was produced at the Berg & Neuber printing house in Nuremberg, Germany, which was especially notable for its female director, Katharina Gerlachin. Though the original book has been nearly destroyed over the centuries, we have endeavoured to restore it to its original glory in red and gold.