Medieval style notebook with Amalfi paper

The Medieval notebook with Amalfi paper is a truly prized item.

The cover is completely handmade with vegetable-tanned leather from one of the best Tuscan tanneries.

The exposed external stitching detail follows the ancient bookbinding techniques of the period.

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  • Write up to 5 letters to engrave on the product and CLICK ON SAVE (cost €5)
  • MAXIMUM 5 CHARACTERS AND CLICK ON SAVE
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Free shipping in 24/48h (Italy only) from 15€ min purchase (for lower amounts the cost is 5,90 for other destinations the cost will be calculated).

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Satisfied or refunded with return in 15 days

The leather colours may show slight chromatic variations due to the artisanal nature of the tanning process. All leathers are certified by the "Genuine Italian Vegetable Tanned Leather Consortium". Each product comes with a certificate of guarantee.

The pages are made of Amalfi paper following all the trade secrets and traditional methods that made this paper world famous.

Ideal for pencil drawings and watercolours, it’s the perfect gift for every artist.

Available in a range of colours and sizes.


Paper weight from 200 - 300 grams/sq metre


Approximately 92 pages


Acid-free paper


Glue-free stitching


Amalfi Paper - from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Amalfi paper, also known as Charta Bambagina, is a special and prized type of paper, produced since the middle ages in the Campania city of Amalfi.

Production Method:

Amalfi paper owes its second name, Charta Bambagina, to a special production method which, apart from the use of wood pulp, begins with collecting white rags and strips of linen, cotton and canvas.

In the past, these materials were pulped with spiked hammers powered by watermills (still visible today in the region) but nowadays they are processed with more sophisticated machinery which allows for better refinement.

After being dissolved in water, the fibres, both then and now, are formed by hand into sheets, using racks made of brass and bronze wires, and even bear watermarks with the coats of arms of the ancient, noble families of the city.

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