This red and gold Paperblanks Equinoxe Carmine journal reproduces a 1688 binding protecting L’office de la Semaine Sainte. The original binding was adorned “à la fanfare,” a handtooled pattern edged in gilt. “Fanfare,” which was a style popular in the seventeenth century, required tremendous skill on the part of the bookbinder and was reserved for books of great importance.
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• 144 lined pages
• Clasp enclosure
• Gusseted pocket
• Paper 120 gsm, acid-free and sustainable
• Page marker
• Dimensions: 18 x 23 cm