Shenzhen Kingkong Cards Co., Ltd.
|Place of Origin:||Shenzhen, China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100pcs|
|Packaging Details:||opp bag|
|Delivery Time:||7-12 working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, Paypal|
|Supply Ability:||5000pcs per month|
|Material:||Custom Bookmarks For Books||Technique:||Carved|
|Carving Type:||Through-Carved||Use:||Art & Collectible|
|Regional Feature:||Europe, USA, Asia||Size:||Customised|
Package Size: About 110x50mm
Bookmark Size: About 92x23mm
Brand New and high quality.
Perfect for cliping your book papers when reading.
Just put the bookmark inside the book and let the hand stick out.
It suitable for students, writer, reader and so on.
It will be the good choice for gifts.
|Card Color||Gold/Silver/Rose Gold/Black/Customised Printed Color|
|Sample Time||1 day|
According to new results of the research done on the history of bookmarks, there are indications that
bookmarks have accompanied codices since their first emergence in the 1st century AD. The earliest
existing bookmark dates from the 6th century AD and it is made of ornamented leather lined with vellum on
the back and was attached with a leather strap to the cover of a Coptic codex (Codex A, MS 813 Chester
Beatty Library, Dublin).It was found near Sakkara, Egypt, under the ruins of the monastery Apa Jeremiah.
Further earliest bookmarks and remnants of them have been found in Coptic codices dating from the 1st to
the 11th century and in Carolingian codices from the 8th to the 12th century.
Bookmarks were used throughout the medieval period, consisting usually of a small parchment strip
attached to the edge of folio (or a piece of cord attached to headband). As the first printed books were quite
rare and valuable, it was determined early on that something was needed to mark one's place in a book
without causing its pages any harm. Some of the earliest bookmarks were used at the end of the sixteenth