Midi Poetry in Bloom Journal

$ 17.95

The Poetry in Bloom journal takes its inspiration from a turn-of-the-century bookbinding, housed in the Spencer Collection at The New York Public Library. The original leather binding dates from 1910 and features intricate inlay designs and gilt edges. The centerpiece is a sensitive plant surrounded by chambers containing snowdrops and other richly hued and contrasting flowers, foliage and butterflies.

Our reproduction journal features the sturdy yet incredibly flexible Smyth sewn technique. In the classic art of bookmaking, the sewing together of signatures (paper folded into groups of eight, sixteen or thirty-two pages) is seen as the heart of a well-made book, or journal in this case.

Product: 240 Lined page Journal

Material: Strong long lasting cover that imitate leather / Bound by the smythe sewn method withstands the ravages of time

Dim: Mini 5'' x 7''

 

The New York Public Library's collections contain millions of prints, photographs, maps, objects, manuscripts, and posters. Many of the items in our vast archives are accessible online - learn more at digitalcollections.nypl.org

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