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PaperBlanks Grolier Hard Cover Single Ruled Diary Notebook

1,965.00 1,466.00

ROSETTES AND SPIRALS

Jean Grolier (1479-1565) was among history’s most discerning collectors of beautiful books and the first to develop a unique ornamental style of designs that became one of the most emulated worldwide. Although French, he preferred that his bindings follow the design principles of his Italian friend Aldus Manutius, the greatest printer of the Renaissance. The majority of the brilliant works were executed in Paris by two remarkable binding houses. Grolier’s collection of books was split between those he commissioned for himself and those he acquired or was given. At the time of his death, he possessed one of the greatest and most extensive private libraries in the world. Each of his books was of extraordinary quality, in a style described as “quiet and simple, yet rich and flowing.” This Grolier Ornamentali series is based on one of his last great commissions, a gold-tooled marbled brown leather creation with an interlaced curving design of single-line fillets and floral tools filling out the six-pointed star.

Medium : 13×18 cm, 240 Unlined pages & Smythe sewn Binding, Acid-free, archival paper made only with sustainable forest pulp.

Attributes : Memento Pouch, Ribbon Page Marker, Elastic Band Closure

Source : Paperblanks


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Description

Includes

Memento Pouch
Ribbon Page Marker
Hinged Metal Book Clasp
Book-Edge Design

Attributes

240 pages
Lined pages
Metal Clasp Closure
Smythe sewn Binding
Acid-free, archival paper made only with sustainable forest pulp
Takes pen & ink beautifully

Additional information

Size

Medium (13×18 cm)