Since the second half of the 18th century Pineider means bespoke stationery and printing. Almost three centuries later, Pineider
still maintains and guarantees the very highest quality of its papers, which have made this brand well-known the world over,
maintaining the importance of the craftsmanship methods. Pineider paper is still made with unique traditional methods, such
as the water cut edging or the hand colouring of the borders and the Pineider watermark is present even on thick paper stocks.
All Pineider papers are made with the best cotton or cellulose, and they all are chlorine and acid free, with neutral ph.
The colouring of the paper is always made with natural pigments.
Since the beginning of the 19th century Pineider has been known for its exclusive bespoke stationery. For more than two centuries Pineider printing has been the epitome of uniqueness and style thanks to the very high quality of its hand-engraving methods as well as its exclusive typefaces and colours. Pineider is one of the few stationers in the world which still use distinctive traditional hand-engraving technique.
Plain, Pineider watermarked, straight cut, hand-painted bordered sheets.Plain, straight cut, hand painted bordered cards. Matching, Pineider watermarked, tissue lined envelopes in the same colour as the borders, with Pineider logo blind embossed. All Pineider bordered stationery collections (Capri, Power Elegance and Empress) feature cards and envelopes with hand made elegant silk ribbons, in the same colour as the borders of the paper. Capri boxes are hand made and the cover features an engraved logo of the collection.
This Pineider Stationery Capri Ribbon Suede/Blue is the Capri Ribbon Box of 15 cards + 15 Envelopes / form. 20 – $65.00
Card | inches: 6.02 x 4.33 – mm: 153 x 110
Envelope | inches: 6.49 x 4.52 – mm: 165 x 115
This Pineider Stationery Capri Ribbon Suede/Blue is perfect for a man or a woman; with the suede color cards and dusty blue trim this one is definitely suitable for a man.
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