Fusello

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Italian

Noun

Fusello m (plural Fuselli)

  1. "Cardboard stick, leather or wood covered in silk, or worked metal, with a length equal to the thickness of the volume, placed in correspondence of the upper cap, to which the bookmark ribbons are attached, in large format liturgical books, such as missals and antiphonals"
    Barretta di cartone, pelle o legno ricoperta in seta, oppure di metallo lavorato, di lunghezza pari allo spessore del volume, posta in corrispondenza della cuffia superiore, cui sono attaccati i nastri segnalibro, in libri liturgici di grande formatto, come messali e antifonari[1]
    Synonyms: brucco, oliva[1]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Macchi, Federico, Livio Macchi, Milena Alessi, Michel Wittock, and Piccarda Quilici. Dizionario Illustrato Della Legatura. Milano: S. Bonnard, 2002. Print.