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Amalfi Calling Cards (100 ct) (2.75 x 4)

$36.00


Description
Luxurious Amalfi stationery, from one of the most renowned paper making centers in Europe, has been made by hand since the 14th century. Its soft texture is incomparable and filled with elegance and character. Located on Italy's Amalfi Coast, this paper mill has produced exquisite stationery continuously since 1380. Each sheet is crafted with the utmost care, using many of the methods first developed in the Middle Ages. The deckled edge make it a superb choice in premium stationery.
  • 2.75 x 4 inches
  • 100 Flat Cards (no envelopes)
  • Elegant calling cards or place cards
  • True exquisite deckled edge
  • 100# text weight (approx.)
  • Includes a decorative Amatruda La Carta di Amalfi box
  • Made by hand on Italy's Amalfi Coast
Additional Info
This stationery is handmade by Cartiera Amatruda in the ancient duchy of Amalfi, Italy, one of the oldest and most renowned papermaking centers in Europe. The Amatruda paper mill is placed in the ancient Mill Valley of Amalfi, in an enchanting bridged position over the Canneto river. The first floor of the building dates back to the fifteenth century and the paper manufacturing tradition of the Amatruda family dates back to1380. Each deckle-edged sheet is crafted with the utmost care, using many of the traditional methods developed in the Middle Ages.
Product Attributes
  • Paper Properties
    • Envelope Finish
    • Handmade
  • Stationery
    • Card Color
    • Soft White
    • Card Dimensions
    • 2.75 x 4 inches
    • Card Weight
    • 150 gsm
    • Card Finish
    • Handmade w/ Watermark
    • Card Edges
    • Deckled
    • Card Size
    • A7
  • Stationery - Envelopes
    • Envelope Opening
    • Top
    • Envelope Color
    • Soft White
    • Stationery Packaging
    • Amatruda La Carta di Amalfi decorative box
  • Shopping
    • Preorder
    • Ships in 1 - 2 weeks.


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