Rossi Medioevalis Stationery Set
During the thirties, the individual was magnified. In that same period, in Borgo San Lorenzo (Firenze) in the Mugello, Antonio Rossi opened his typography. It was an artisan typography where the smell of inks surprised customers and writers. A few years after the second world war, Giorgio had the idea to modify the structure of the activity inherited from his father. The typography turned into a stationery firm. The work became more and more artistic, also thanks to the presence of Patrizia, Giorgio’s wife, who had successfully attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence.The stationery firm started to produce papers and cards of high quality, with an added value of a thorough historical-artistic knowledge, a rooted love for art, a taste for classic contemporaneity.
This box contains ten deckled 4.5 x 6.75 inch folded cards in cream along with ten matching envelopes. Made in Italy.
Size: 4.5 x 6.75 inches
Inner paper: Rossi "Amalfi" finish, deckled cream colored paper