End Papers- Moby Dick

End Papers

Endpapers, traditionally placed on the inside covers of leather-bound books, served the purpose of safeguarding the valuable text at the beginning and end of a book from wear and tear. The use of marbled papers for this protective function likely originated in 16th-century Persia, later spreading to Turkey and across Europe. Over time, each country developed its distinct and favored techniques for achieving marble effects on these endpapers. Drawing inspiration from a traditional Italian style of marbling, we crafted a flawless repeat pattern. The outcome is a striking design that, despite its ancient roots, exudes a bold and modern aesthetic.

MATERIAL: Rag paper
WIDTH:  30″ trimmed to 28″
LENGTH:  8 Yard Rolls
REPEAT:  20
CFA AVAILABILITY: Send us your sample for if exact color matching is desired


MAINTENANCE:  Light sponge
BACKING: Paper
MATCH TYPE: Non reverse hang , side match
CUSTOM OPTIONS: Vinyl with a custom CFA
ORIGIN: USA