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Ignite your creativity with fiery Fiammetta. This sensuous Baroque-inspired cover comes from a 1725 binding of The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio, a masterpiece of Italian literature dealing in stories of love and lust.
Giovanni Boccaccio (1313–1375) was an Italian writer and poet who, alongside Petrarch, laid the foundations of Renaissance humanism. He wrote in the Tuscan vernacular, raising this common Italian language to the level of the Latin classics and making works like The Decameron accessible to the average reader.
This 18th-century binding of The Decameron is now held at the Musée Condé in Chantilly, France. With golden flowers and arabesques bursting forth from a rich, red background, Fiammetta, named for one of the book’s main characters, is sure to spark your imagination and let your passions flow.
Product: Lined page journal
Pages: Mini 176 / Midi 144 / Ultra 144
Paper: 120 gsm, Acid-free, and sustainable forest paper
Dim: Mini 4" x 5.5" / Midi 5" x 7" / Ultra 7" x 9"