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Take home some Mediterranean sunshine...
A particularly charismatic hole-in-the-wall shop lined with marble carvings, where you can get marble tablets engraved with any inscription you like (€15)...
Fabriano makes stationery sexy, with deeply desirable leather-bound diaries, funky notebooks and products embossed with street maps of Rome...
A space for local artisans to showcase their wares, this eclectic shop is the result of an ongoing project to sustain and promote Italy's artisanal traditions...
On lovely Via dei Coronari, Casali deals in original and reproduction etchings and old prints, many delicately hand-coloured...
Ideal for last-minute gift buying, this large paperware and art shop has beautiful printed paper, cards and envelopes that will inspire you to bring back the art of letter writing, plus an amazing choice of notebooks...
Famed for its antique prints, this historic Piazza Navona shop sells everything from 18th-century etchings by Giovanni Battista Piranesi to more affordable 19th-century panoramas...
This authentic artisanal workshop produces beautifully hand-painted paper as well as leather-bound notebooks (€32), picture frames and photo albums (from €15)...
De Sanctis – in business since 1890 – is full of impressive Sicilian and Tuscan ceramics, with sunbursts of colour decorating crockery, kitchenware and objets d'art...
Search out this tiny sewing box of a shop for hand-embroidered napkins, cushion covers, bags and antique jewellery. If you're stopping long enough in Rome, you can have pieces embroidered to your specifications.
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