Vergé de France
Whenever we are asked to name our favourite writing paper our response is almost always; Vergé de France. This is the ultimate fountain pen writing paper because of its distinctive “linen” finish which handles foutain pen ink so beautifully. Vergé refers to the grid of parallel translucent lines (vergeures) that was formed in handmade paper as the sheet were laid to dry (origin of the term “laid finish”).
Originating in Paris in 1919, G. Lalo quickly rose to be ‘de regueur’ for social stationery in Paris and in the royal courts across Europe. Throughout the years, the elegance and quality of G. Lalo stationery lends it to be the first choice when pleasure or etiquette require the best in matters of correspondence, invitation, or simply writing. Each writing tablet contains 50 sheets of attractive laid paper that is tablet bound and dressed by an elegant gold-embossed cover for easy use and storage. Matching lined and pregummed envelopes are available in packages of 25. Writing tablets and envelopes are both available in two sizes.