What is the difference between handmade Amalfi paper and hand cut paper?
This is an excellent question.
Our Amalfi paper is completely made by the hands Amalfi artisans. It started out as cotton fibers and tiny wood chips and has been soaked, then pressed into the rich thick fabric like stock with our signature torn edge look. Often the pages are watermarked. They are white in color and have a very strong tooth or roughness, making them perfect for drawing, sketching, writing, painting, or attaching your own beautiful paper to the pages.
Hand-cut paper is an Epica exclusive design of rich cream colored stock. It does not carry the lofty price of handmade Amalfi paper but still has that gorgeous uneven deckled edge that so many books used to have. Each page has been cut by hand to give it its unique look. The stock is thicker than most paper. It is almost like a very thin construction paper, but it is softer, smoother, creamier, and is our personal favorite to write on.
Finally, we carry classic journals. These are standard page blank journals that are white colored, unlined, and a bit thicker than normal paper stock.
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19th of July, 2010