Amid the many jewels of ancient Islam, decorative book binding shines particularly bright. Symmetry and refinement of line are the hallmarks of these bindings, ranging in style over many centuries from the simply tooled geometric patterns of the 14th century to the complex compositions of the 16th century.
Associated with the Islamic Golden Age, the Persian Safavid-style designs represented a high point for the art of the book. These bindings feature centralized designs of medallions, quadrants, plant and animal motifs, a pentagonal envelope flap closure and elaborately decorated doublures (interior covers), exquisite creations in cut-out leather, coloured papers and gilding.
Product: Lined page Journal
Pages: Mini 176 / Midi 144 / Ultra 144
Material: Strong long lasting cover that imitate leather / Bound by the smythe sewn method withstands the ravages of time
Dim: Mini 4" x 5.5" / Midi 5" x 7" / Ultra 7" x 9"