Burning the midnight oil? For those that like to keep their books pristine this delightful and sturdy bookmark will keep your place. Illustrated with a tower of books and accompanied by a silky soft tassel to keep your place in a bright a jolly fashion.
Each bookmark is lovingly letterpress printed onsite at our store, then meticulously quality checked and hand finished with a metal eyelet.
• Sky blue front with a dark blue back.
• Printed on luxuriously thick 700gsm Colorplan duplex card.
• Completed with a metal eyelet and bright yellow tassel.
• Tactile letterpress printing on our 1960s Heidelberg in dark blue ink.
• Size: 45 x 180mm
The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).
Delivery options available
Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 12th - 14th March
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Meticulous Ink is a small, women led team of lovely, diverse, creative folk that really care a lot about creating beautiful, unusual, tactile stationery. If you want to talk about the thickness and texture of paper, you've come to the right place.Our 1960s presses are what we use to print all our greeting cards, stationery box sets and printed matter that we sell in the tiny shop area of our studio. We also use them to produce bespoke print projects - from business cards and wedding invites to packaging and bookmarks. Behind the counter you can see our printworks, where the machines whirr and breathe. We proudly create bespoke design, and stationery printed the old fashioned way - using beautiful papers, time, patience, and a deep rooted passion for being meticulous. At the very back of the studio we teach our lettering and calligraphy workshops. The space is calm and friendly, full of creative inspiration and tactile, analogue trinkets.