Horst. P. Horst

Fashion & Design: A Bit of History

As is known, Collins’s primary business is creating bespoke, hand engraved social stationery for private individuals. Additionally, she will ply a healthy heritage of graphic design skills for some businesses. In these special instances, logos, typography, and even the infrequent website she designs are based on original, engraved monograms and stationery. The Frank de Biasi…
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French Fitted Stationery Case

Order your French fitted stationery case to keep your letter papers handy and organized. Custom built to hold the optimum number of sheets, cards, and envelopes, ours are built by highly skilled, archival, book arts-artists. Choose the iconic Nancy Sharon Collins, Stationery packaging colors as shown. Or personalize the outer and inner, silk, book cloth…
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Custom Ledger

Custom Marble Paper

Specify colors to match your stationery with this gem-like hand made marble paper. Line your stationery envelopes. Wrap gifts. Use as traditional end paper on custom ledgers hand bound by master book artists here in New Orleans. Colors are individually specified for each client’s wishes. You can match your stationery papers, ink colors, and your…
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Wild Game Cards

Reed Smythe & Company

These beautifully engraved Wild Game place cards add elegance to any table. Use them for cozy fall suppers and for gracing your Thanksgiving table this year. Created exclusively for Reed Smythe & Company by Nancy Sharon Collins, Stationer, all four iconic images are from Mrs. Collins’s archives. The quail and the roughed grouse were actually…
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Gentleman's Hand Engraved Stationery

More Gentleman’s Monograms

Bespoke, hand-engraved monogram for a gentleman’s stationery wardrobe. This cipher was first hand-drawn, going through many phases of sketches and modifications prior to approval. You can see one of the final sketches in our Gallery. Once approved, the finished sketch was engraved, by hand, on one of our signature, half-inch steel dies. It was then…
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