The word CABINET is originally French and in the 16th century meant “a small private room”. It was also a rather special room because it often contained a collection of things from places so far away it would take months to get there and back. The things inside could be plants, animals, minerals or manufactures and were called CURIOS.
These personal “Cabinets of Curiosity” are actually the basis of today’s museums. And any Natural History Museum you go to, including our own in Singapore, will have some CURIOS from one of these old cabinets. They not only entertain but also teach us about our wondrous world and all that is in it. In this notebook, we hope you continue this tradition of being curious, and of collecting what you’ve found, but so as not to disturb the earth, to only put them in your notebook and in the Cabinets of Your Mind.
Specifications: Comes in Single Notebooks
48pp, A6 Size, 100GSM Ivory Coloured Blank Pages, Fountain Pen and Watercolour brush friendly, 300GSM Cover
You can buy this as a single copy $5.00 or as a Set of 3 for only $12.90. Of course you can purchase several sets more if you want :)