Bukhara, one of Uzbekistan’s largest cities, was the birthplace of this dazzling eighteenth-century Islamic binding. The city’s rich intellectual and cultural lifestyle was shaped by Indo-Persian influences, particularly the golden age of the Samanids. Paper blanks Bukhara Adina journal features heart-shaped leaves, a centre rosette and intricate corner pieces, all executed with skill and artistry.
Whether recording your thoughts, ideas, stories, poems or memories, Paperblanks journals offer a perfect marriage of imagination and art, always inspiring a unique experience.
Smyth Sewn Binding which allows each journal to open as flat as possible.
Paperblanks paper is derived from sustainable forest pulp and the covers are made of 100% recycled binder boards. The book blocks are made from acid-free paper, which creates a smooth writing surface.
Each journals includes a paperblanks patented memento pouch and satin ribbon marker.