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Marbled Papers

Marbled papers started to be used in bookbinding in the 17th century and remained crafted until the 19th century. The patterns are the result of color floated on either plain water or a viscous solution known as size, and then carefully transferred to an absorbent surface.

The patterns obtained are similar to those of marble or other minerals. They are used for book covers and endpapers. Atlantis France Marbled papers range is made in tanks on 100 g/m² pH neutral Ivory Ingres Dürer paper sheets. Oil paints, handicraft patterns, each sheet is a single original.

Dimensions : 630 x 480 mm

 

Reference Description Quantity Price
tax excl.
PCBV6348AA Blue and purple stone marble pattern 17,00 €
PVBR6348AA Blue and red veined marble pattern 17,00 €
PPGB6348AA Grey, blue and red chevron marble pattern 17,00 €
PPOV6348AA Orange and purple wavy chevron marble pattern 17,00 €
PFRG6348AA Oxide, red and grey freeform marble pattern 17,00 €
PCRB6348AA Red and blue stone marble pattern 17,00 €
PFRB6348AA Red and brown freeform marble pattern 17,00 €
PCOB6348AA Tan and blue stone marble pattern 17,00 €

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