Paperblanks Silver Filigree Journal - Midi

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Combing the two Latin words 'filum' (thread) and 'granum' (seed), Silver 'Filigree' describes the process of achieving this gilded and polished motif; first die cutting a base layer of silver sheets followed by meticulously etching elaborate grooves into its surface. The original binding of the Paperblanks Silver Filigree range dates back to 1697, created in Strasbourg, France for the binding of Johann Arndt’s 'Paradiesgärtlein'. The art of filigree is a moving testament to the human drive to ornament in order to delight the eye and focus the spirit and attention, these embellished products characterising arbitrators of great importance; containing irreplaceable script or belonging to someone of significance. A Silver Filigree journal sits with pride upon any well-appointed desk. Delicate repetition and astonishing detail help to embody this silvered meditation on the nature of beauty, enhanced by foliage-ornaments and the metal clasp closures.
  • 240 ruled pages
  • Decorative fore-edge
  • Memento pouch
  • Ribbon marker
  • Metal clasp closure
  • Smyth sewn binding
  • Dimensions: 130 x 180 mm

Available in Blush Pink and Maya Blue.

About Paperblanks
Paperblanks are beautiful writing journals that celebrate human artistry and craft across a variety of cultural inspirations. From French textile design to Persian Safavid binding art, from Japanese Lacquer box patterns to the traditional embroidery from India’s Gujurat region; each Paperblanks design honours the beauty of artistic creation. Our notebooks are a connection to the richness discovered within centuries of world art and culture.

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