The Fascinating History of Fabriano Paper The word "paper" conjures up a captivating journey that stretches back to distant Asia, following the Silk Road, passing through Samarkand and finally the town of Fabriano, where innovative craftsmen began fraying and soaking rags to extract the pulp. It was here that paper made from cotton fibers was born, a brilliant medieval invention, entirely made in Italy. From its birth, Fabriano paper has become a symbol. The eyes of the world turned to this small town in central Italy, where the power of the arts was strengthened by their union. Quality is the company's obsession. The 100% Italian formula moves at its own pace, encouraging slow conversations and carefully controlled production processes. Each sheet of paper is carefully packaged and shipped, respecting a tradition that travels far, from yesterday's paper to tomorrow's paper.