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A5 - 312 pages. Hand dyed black kangaroo leather with gold "Parnoon" and flourish carved into leather cover. Parnoon is an Iranian/Persian girl's name that means 'fine painted silk'. The book is sewn in French style with two reinforcing ribbons and spinal insert. Red headbands. Red satin ribbon bookmark with straight diagonal cut. Black and batik gold endpapers.
Cover: 158mm W x 220mm H (6.25 x 8.68in). Page: 148mm W x 210mm H (5.88 x 8.25in).
Commission: (Adelaide, Australia) 09 Sep 2004 - 18 Nov 2004

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