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Quick View Kara-ori Japanese Kimono, Bookmark

Kara-ori Japanese Kimono, Bookmark

Showcasing silk dyed with beni and safflower, and lacquered in gold, this kimono design dates to the Edo period (1615–1868), when it was used as a costume for the theatrical style known as Noh. Karaori refers specifically to the exquisitely...
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Diamond Jubilee, Bookmark

This glorious design comes from Sangorski & Sutcliffe, a world-renowned British bindery celebrated for their jewelled bindings. Originally crafted in 1922 to house Rudyard Kipling’s “Recessional” poem, written in 1897 for Queen...
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Morris Pink Honeysuckle, Bookmark

William Morris, a celebrated practitioner of the Arts and Crafts movement, believed that any decoration is futile when it does not remind you of something beyond itself. He was keen to use natural dyes in his textile production, as can be seen in this...
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Midnight Star, Cairo Atelier Bookmark

A brilliant 16th-century Cairo workshop is responsible for this 12-pointed star design. Though the atelier’s name has been lost to history, the detailed pattern and fine materials used show why books from that workshop were so highly prized. Today...
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Morris Windrush, Bookmark

This Windrush pattern comes from a pencil and watercolour sketch that William Morris worked on in 1881–1883. Designed for block-printed cotton, Windrush highlights the creative approach Morris took to revealing elements from the natural world in...
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Violet Fairy, Bookmark

This captivating image comes from the first edition of Scottish poet and anthropologist Andrew Lang’s The Violet Fairy Book. Compiled in 1901 by Lang, illustrated by Henry Justice Ford and published under the editorial direction of Lang’s...
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Granada Turquoise, Bookmark

Photographer Gérard Degeorge has travelled the world, capturing grand pieces of architectural design through the scope of his lens. Our Granada Turquoise design comes from his vast collection of photography. It is reminiscent of the Alhambra in...
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Poetry in Bloom, Bookmark

The design reproduced here centres around a sensitive plant surrounded by other richly hued flowers, foliage and butterflies. The binding was used for The Sensitive Plant and Early Poems by Percy Bysshe Shelley and is a celebration of the creative spirit...
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The Chanin Spiral, Bookmark

New York City’s Chanin Building was built by Irwin S. Chanin in the late 1920s. Representing some of the finest Art Deco in the city, the lobby was styled around a “City of Opportunity” concept. With a geometric design symbolizing human...
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Blue Velvet, Bookmark

Our Blue Velvet design is inspired by a piece of a 15th-century velvet dalmatic. It is decorated in brocaded gilt metal thread with a seven-lobed shield, an artichoke-like botanical shape and tiny floral patterns.BOOKMARK Size: 1.5"W x 7.25"H Double...
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