Marbled paper photo album


Marbled paper is the result of a chromatic decoration technique that imitates the surface of marble; has very ancient origins that flank the origin of the invention and the diffusion of the paper. Coming from ancient China and Japan ("floating ink" - Suminagashi), the marbled paper spread in Persia, in Turkey (Ebru paper - "cloud") until it reached Europe in the 17th century. where it is adopted by Macè Ruette, bookbinder at the Court of Louis XIII King of France who officially promoted him to the rank of "Relieur do Roi". The Conti Borbone albums in full marbled paper enjoy considerable success as well as for the countless color combinations, especially for the fluid and dynamic design that gives them modernity and imagination.

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