The Rich History of Magnani

The Magnani name may not be as well known as the papers they manufacture (Arturo, Pescia, Revere), but young designers are finding value in Old World papermakers like never before. Magnani of Italy bridges the gap between old world and new design with an elegance not often seen in today’s paper world.  With this expertise comes a rich history of paper making.

The Emperor Napoleon chose Pescia paper for his wedding cards when he married Maria Luisa of Austria. In addition, some of the most influential names in Contemporary Art and Culture, e.g. de Chirico, Salvatore Fiume, Annigoni, Morandi, Viani, Possenti, D'Annunzio and others have personally turned to Magnani for the fine papers required for their work.

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