papeterie

pap·e·terie

 (păp′ĭ-trē, păp-trē′)
n.
A box used to hold stationery and other writing materials.

[French, from Old French papetier, papermaking, from papier, paper; see paper.]
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papeterie

(ˈpæpətrɪ; French papetri)
n
a box or case for papers and other writing materials
[C19: from French, from papetier maker of paper, from papier paper]
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