Binding and aging

@inproceedings{Rosner2012BindingAA,
  title={Binding and aging},
  author={Daniela Karin Rosner and Alex S. Taylor},
  year={2012}
}
In many respects, we take the age of things for granted. Age is assumed to be an inherent quality, dictated by the time a thing has been in existence and put to use. Many of us have even developed an appreciation for the wear associated with age. The worn leather covers of old books, their mottled pages and the creases along their spines are all considered, in some circles at least, to be signs of age and thus value. This article examines such ideas of age through the practices of restoration… CONTINUE READING