This site uses cookies or other similar technologies only for statistical purposes. Learn more

I understand

Couture des cahiers d'un livre

One of the many steps in bookbinding: the sewing of the quires with a "cousoir"

 

The people who live among the books and especially those who, for their professional activity, take the books and handle them, leave them open and take them back, know that the bookbinder preserves the book. In my library, the series of Greek texts goes to pieces, the pages retained by rubber bands. Only those who had been binded, resisting all my hard work, remain proud. Anyone who loves books likes to see them so well dressed, as if they were ready to enter the long term.

 

Jacquelines Romilly of the Académie française in Le geste et la parole des métiers d'art by Renaud Dutreil and Erik Orsenna, 2004

 

Learn the techniques of contemporary classical handcrafted binding.

Binding (full and half cloth, full paper, full and half leather, etc.) and slipcovers (Bradel style, with separately applied boards), box, chemise and case making.

 

Annual weekly course led by Sara Egret on Thursdays from 6 to 8 pm and by Emmanuel Fradois on Tuesdays and Fridays from 6 to 8 pm (depending on availability). It is aimed at both beginners and those wishing to improve their skills and can be taken at any time during the year. In order to work in the best conditions, this course cannot accommodate more than 4 people.

Price: annual course payable per trimester for the amount of 450€, supplies included except skins and papers of guard or cover. This course will require the purchase of small materials for approximately 100€.

 

Feel free to contact us for any further information via our contact form or on (+33)672050103.

Satisfied or Money Back

Satisfied or Money Back

Bank checkBank transfercredit cardPayPal

Modes of payment

Member of the Syndicat de la Librairie Ancienne et ModerneMember of the International League of Antiquarian Bookseller

LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE EMMANUEL FRADOIS
5 rue du Cambodge 75020 PARIS (FRANCE)
(+33)6 72 05 01 03 or by email
Monday to Friday from 2.00pm to 7.30pm
By appointment on Saturday

Scroll to top