Bookmark handmade paper wedding favors from Amalfi
Bookmark made of Amalfi handmade paper useful as wedding favor, placeholder reception and simply as a gift for special occasions. The front is personalized with watercolor illustrations made by the artistic workshop of Lo Scrigno di Santa Chiara.
This model is characterized by the reproduction of an illustration in Vietri ceramic style of a seabed full of fish.
Besides this version, the bookmarks are available in a series of 6 different watercolors representing the most representative panoramas of the divine coastline portrayed with different artistic styles.
The bookmarks are 20 x 4 cm. in size and are obtained by cutting larger formats of paper, rigorously produced through the traditional craft processes that make the name of this paper famous.
A product made entirely by hand that is characterized by the extreme quality of raw materials used 100% made in Italy.
TO GIVE AMALFI PAPER AS A GIFT
Those who wish to give our bookmark as a wedding favor individually or in large quantities to be used as personalized placeholders on the tables of the reception, can comfortably purchase the gift coupon in Amalfi paper among the different amounts available. After the purchase, will be delivered to your home or directly to the recipient’s home (specifying the address), a fine card (customizable with text to be provided) with a secret code that will allow you to buy on our online store the desired model in total carefree and peace of mind.
Contact us through the social pages, the form or the instant messaging button on the online store to receive more information on products, availability or for technical assistance on the choice of the type of card suitable for your needs.
Come and visit us in our only office located in the historical center of Amalfi to see live the entire collection ready for delivery.
- Sold individually
- 20 x 4 cm.
- 340 g/sqm
- The sea
Other decorations available:
- Amalfi Coast
- The gardens of Ravello
- The little houses
- The lemons
- Cold Winter
- Lo Scrigno di Santa Chiara
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