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Il baule ritrovato, tornano alla luce lettere di 300 anni fa

A trunk in which undelivered letters and postmaster’s administration were kept. This cache of largely unopened letters dates from ©Signed, Sealed & Undelivered Team, Courtesy of the Museum voor Communicatie, The Hague, The Netherlands

Case for a Book 15th century French Leather (Cuir bouilli) and metal mounts in Metropolitan Museum of Art

Case for a Book Date: century Culture: French (?) Medium: Leather (Cuir bouilli) and metal mounts Dimensions: Overall: 8 x 6 x 4 in. x x cm) Classification: Leatherwork Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Adele O.

Encuadernación copta antigua de un solo cuadernillo, como los Códices de Nag Hammadi

One feature of the Nag Hammadi codices that has always fascinated me is the leather covers in which the papyrus codices were bound. According to the traditional story, the Nag Hammadi codices were.

kokedama & co.:

Oxford Asian Textile Group’s first outing of 2011 to see Japanese textiles at the Ashmolean Museum… …huge pattern book, full of all the different stencil patterns that could be printed onto fabric to make into a kimono…”

By Julie Somers While browsing images of medieval treasure bindings, I noticed that one example I was looking at was not actually a book at all.  In fact, it was an ornamented wooden case made to c…

Book / Shrine, Cumdach of the Stowe Missal -A cumdach (IPA: [ˈkuṽdax]) or book shrine is an elaborate ornamented box or case used as a reliquary to enshrine books regarded as relics of the saints who had used them in Early Medieval Ireland.