Pineider, since 1774, more than two centuries, has personalized luxury goods as gifts for royalty, statesmen, celebrities, the wealthy, and those of the finest tastes. Some of Pineider's remarkable clients include Napoleon Bonaparte, Charles Dickens, Lord Bryon, Marlene Dietrich, Liz Taylor, Henry Ford, Rudolf Nuryev, and the Italian Royal Family.
Custom Personalized Luxury Gifts from Italy
Pineider continues a tradition of custom luxury personalized gifts with handmade papers, hand-engraved stationery, luxury leather goods, fine writing instruments and wedding necessities of the finest quality. Get diaries, organizers, cufflinks, and watches. Customization and personalization is available for most Pineider luxury goods.
History: Custom Personalized Luxury Gifts Since 1774
In 1774, Francesco Pineider opened his first stationery shop in the heart of
In the early nineteenth century, at the request of privileged customers, Pineider created a series of extremely elegant writing desk objects such as pens, inks, folders and accessories. Later on Pineider introduced leather objects made in
In the second half of the nineteenth century, the founder?s successors followed Pineider?s tradition with the same care and passion.
In the twentieth century, Pineider kept pace with international cultural trends while keeping in touch with traditional products. Printed invitations, birth announcements, weddings and debuts, visiting cards, note cards, personal bindings, ex libris labels, stamps and seals all joined the catalogue. Pineider also added traditional, sumptuously elegant accessories from clocks, frames, desk calendars, paperweights and Pineider patented ebonite fountain pens, to the inimitable, functional bags, in calfskin enhanced by vegetable dyes. Pineider made an appearance in all the world?s cities, thanks to the patronage of sovereigns, public figures and arts and show business personalities. These are just some of the illustrious names on its roll of clients: Eleonora Duse, Gabriele D?Annunzio, Luigi Pirandello, Maria Callas, Liz Taylor, Henry Ford, Marlene Dietrich, Rudolf Nureyev, Luchino Visconti, among others.
Today, the demand for personalization includes also the logos of high society companies all over the world. Today, Pineider still works the paper by hand, still colors them with natural pigments. The sheets are still water cut, and the watermark is present even in the heavy papers. Pineider still makes the objects exclusively in