Ani (Aw-nee) means unique, beautiful, and exotic in Armenian. It’s a girls’ name as well as the name of one of the medieval capitals of Armenia. The City of Ani (961-1045) was a vibrant metropolis, famed for its 1,001 churches. The background of this piece is inspired by the patterning of 13th-century Armenian khachkars (elaborate crosses carved in stone: a very identifiable form of Armenian art).
Our softcover notebooks are 150 lined pages, 75 sheets of acid free, 75% recycled paper.
Dimensions: 5.25″ x 8.25″
The cover has a soft laminate to ensure image quality over time and creates a water resistant external coating. P.s. It feels like magic.
The journals are perfectly-perfect bound (yes, we used perfect twice). We use a top secret glue which helps the binding resist extreme cold and heat and allows the book to flex and bend… Creating a durable, functional and beautiful piece of art. Fold it up, stick it in your pocket, toss it in a bag, make it yours. It will last.
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