Ribbon Bookmark

Bookmark, Ribbon

 

(Russian liasse), a ribbon (usually braided silk) glued at one end to the top part of the inner (un-backed) book spine; the free end is inserted between the book pages. The bookmark is usually 3 cm longer than the diagonal of the page. It is used in reading to make a desired page easy to find.

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Harking back to the creative brand's literary roots, the new collection pays homage to Carroll's masterpiece through an imaginative redesign of the original black rectangle with rounded corners, elastic closure and ribbon bookmark.
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