Cavallini Products

October 31, 2012 at 5:52 pm 1 comment

Stop into our stores (conveniently located in Morningside Heights near Columbia University) to check out the full line of Cavallini products we have in stock. Cavallini & Co. produce beautiful stationary and gifts inspired by vintage found texts and art. These products are great for the holidays, birthdays, and crafting. Cavallini wall calendars provide style and function for your scheduling needs, and their stationary instantly makes any letter extraordinary.


Cavallini calendars are themed with beautiful vintage images for every month. They are large hanging wall calendars; big enough to keep track of all life’s events.

The wrapping sheets can function as either wrapping paper or posters. Use them to spruce up any birthday or holiday present, or simply hang them on your wall as decoration.

Both Book Culture locations are always stocked with Cavallini & Co. products, including rubber stamps, stationary, etc. Don’t forget you can buy them on our website, or call us at 212-865-1588 to order over the phone.


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  • 1. wepoetsshowit  |  September 29, 2013 at 1:13 pm

    Thank you kindly for joining us at wePoets, it’s much appreciated. 🙂


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