In-Focus Audio Tour: Mamluk Bindings
Bookbindings made in Egypt and Syria during the reign of the Mamluk Sultanate (1250-1516) represent the pinnacle of Islamic book design. Their decoration is refined and complex.
Join Head of Conservation, Kristine Rose-Beers, as she introduces these books which represent a unique binding structure.
This tour has been recorded to highlight International Museums Day.
The video will be available here from 11am on the 18 May.