Treble Clef 10 Foil Stamped Note Cards | Rossi 1931 Italian Stationery
The entire collection is made with a traditional letterpress printing machine.
These unique Italian designs are printed on high-quality soft paper.
The elegance and charm of this old world printing style creates distinctive and unique card sets.
The designs pictured are enriched with a hot gold foiling process.
Flat note cards are 3.3" x 5.1" | 8.5cm x 13cm
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Founded by Antonio Rossi in Florence, Italy
Continually operated by the family in the traditional letterpress process.
Rossi 1931 is family owned and operated paper making company in Florence, Italy - operating since 1931.
These unique Italian designs, dating from the fifteenth and sixteenth century, are printed on high-quality soft paper.
This entire collection is made with the family's traditional letterpress.
Developed in the 14th century, letterpress printing involves setting type and motifs in reverse on a letterpress plate.
The plate is then inked and pressed on to the surface of the paper.
The pressing process transfers the ink and leaves a deep impression on the paper creating a three-dimensional print that has a feel unlike any other type of printing.
The nature of the printing demands high quality, and generally heavier weight, paper that will not tear or thin when pressed.
Created with a perfect type of paper containing fibers that are soft and readily accept an impression as well as ink.
As you might expect, letterpress printing is both time-consuming and labor-intensive.
Prints are made one-at-a-time with each print having its own unique variations of ink coverage and depth of impression.
This is wonderful. Gift notepaper that I previously could only find in Italy. Live it!