Boxes for stationery and invitations from the Amalfi Amatruda paper mill
This gift box of Amalfi paper mill “Amatruda” contains single sheets of A5 size in the classic ivory color, useful as writing paper or wedding invitations and envelopes of the same color of size 16 x 23 cm. This single version is made in a higher weight (340 g/sqm) than most models produced in Amalfi paper and thanks to the rigid design, their use is recommended for various purposes: wedding invitations, stationery, menus for the reception or for the creation of elegant tableau de marriage.
Each of these cards is produced individually by hand in total respect of the teachings handed down over time by the papermakers of the Valley of the Mills of Amalfi and therefore have the classic and characteristic intact edges of this fine paper with the watermark in italic cursive “Amatruda” on the front side of each card positioned on the bottom of the sheet to ensure the originality of manufacturing and origin of Amalfi.
The watermark is visible against the light and does not cause any disturbance in the writing or printing process.
These sheets, thanks to their weight, are also suitable for use in the artistic field with wet techniques.
The paper is suitable for use with laser or inkjet printers.
If you wish, you can use our typography service to receive a finished product ready for delivery.
TO GIVE THE PAPER OF AMALFI AS A GIFT
Those who want to give our A5 size packaging in ivory color as a gift as stationery or for the realization of wedding invitations but do not know which format to choose, can easily buy our gift coupon in Amalfi paper to choose from the different amounts available. After the purchase, will be delivered to your home or directly to the home of the bride and groom (specifying the address), a fine card (customizable with text to be provided) with a secret code that will allow the couple to buy on our online store the desired model in total peace of mind.
Quantity per box:
- 340 g/sqm
- 16 x23 cm.
- 15 x 21 cm. (width x height – closed)
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