Midi Hardcover Journal – Peking Opera Embroidery: Pear Garden
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Paperblanks Pear Garden mid-size journal is housed in a handsome cover based on fabric artwork from embroidered costumes of the Peking Opera
Opera traces its roots to ancient China. During the Tang Dynasty (618-907) Emperor Taizong founded an opera school named Liyuan (Pear Garden) establishing opera’s importance in the country.
The covers of the Peking Opera Paperblanks Notebooks is taken from a piece of Opera costume skirt from the Qin Court (1644-1911) under which Peking Opera reached its pinnacle. Just like in Elizabethan times in England all the parts were played by male performers including the wearer of this skirt.
The floral pattern of exquisite flowers is a good representation of an artform that combines the razzle dazzle of big productions with the delicate brush strokes of fine art. This series of journals features Paperblanks classic magnetic flap closure.
Archival quality heavy quality 120gsm paper ensures your writing will be preserved over time. This Paperblanks Midi Notebook is smythe sewn which enables the book to lay flat, which leaves more room for writing.
- Hardcover 5 x 7 Inch
- 144 pages
- 120 gsm paper weight
- Lined pages
- 100% Recycled Binder Boards
- Acid-Free Sustainable Forest Paper
- Smythe Sewn book opens flat
- Magnetic flap closure
- Memento pouch
- Ribbon Marker
|Dimensions||8 × 6 × 1 in|