This journal cover reproduces a gold-tooled and painted binding of the Brevarium Romanum, or Roman Breviary, the daily prayers prescribed by the Catholic Church, published by Claude Picques in Lyons in 1556. The stamped center-piece was a popular design element in decorative buildings in the 16th century.
Gold foil, iridescent highlights, embossed, gold gilded edges, ribbon bookmark.
Elegant cover treatments enhance the classic art and designs of these handsome journals. 192 lined pages. Bookbound hardcover. Acid-free, archival paper.