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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Rounded corners, elastic closure, ribbon bookmark and pen holder
The book has a ribbon bookmark that allows you to mark a specific page for quick reference.
An inset ribbon bookmark enhances this truly beautiful book, highly recommended for spiritual contemplation.
The flexible cloth binding, end papers and ribbon bookmark make these beautiful keepsakes, and the juxtaposition of art and text offers material for deep reflection.
The series insists on comparatively good quality materials: maroon cloth binding with gold lettering, dense cream paper stock with a pleasurable smoothness to its touch, and a bound-in ribbon bookmark in royal blue.
The format of the book is attractive with large coloured illustrations on every facing page and a ribbon bookmark.
The book is printed on thick glossy paper and includes a spinal ribbon bookmark.
The binding is designed to lay flat with ease, and a ribbon bookmark keeps track of the user's place with ease.
Most appealing of all is the novel's ribbon bookmark.
The beautiful bound volume has a rust-colored, iron-like cover a tiny red ribbon bookmark, and countless shaded pages of beautiful illustrations, diagrams and details.
Complete with handy green ribbon bookmark, it will put the reader in a festive frame of mind.
A tasteful blue ribbon bookmark at 99p is the only "souvenir" she's had made.