Rhodia Heritage Collection

Rhodia Heritage A5 Notebook - Ivory Chevrons

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Founded in Lyon in 1932, 'Papeteries Vérilhac fréres' was taken by brothers Henri and Robert Vérilhac across France and northern Africa. Their famous notepads with the Rhodia signature of two close fir trees were first produced in 1934. The logo symbolises the pair's brotherhood- the trees being native to the Rhone-Alpes region, home of the company.

The Rhodia Heritage notebook's pages have been sewn together into a single unit, but are not fully cased in. The orange sewing of the spine is apparent.

It contains 80 numbered sheets of high-quality 90g ivory lined paper. The cover is watercolour-based cold pressed 300g cover paper. It features an orange ruling with frame on top, as well as six contents pages.