Small Pear Halves Hardback Notebook - Elderberry

SustainablePlastic FreeBritish
 
£12.50
41805
Out-of-stock
This uncoated hardback notebook is inspired by the slim, patterned, German Insel-Bücherei books of the inter-war period. It features an elderberry cover with a small print inspired by pear halves, and has a rectangular cream label on the front. Inside the notebook has 80 pages of plain cream paper that takes ink beautifully without bleeding or smudging, and is sewn and bound to open evenly and lie flat.

Designed, produced and finished in England using FSC approved paper and printed with environmentally friendly vegetable oil-based, hand mixed inks. Comes presented in a paper belly band with instructions on how to obtain best results from the binding.

All materials are completely recyclable and biodegradable.

Approximately 12cm wide x 18.5cm long.
SUSTAINABLE

Cambridge Imprint stationery is printed onto Forest Stewardship Council accredited board and paper. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an international non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management, and all the social and environmental good that it brings.

The company also uses environmentally friendly vegetable oil-based inks for printing which means their stationery is completely recyclable and biodegradable, including the packaging which is also plastic free.


BRITISH

Designed, produced and finished in England.
Cambridge Imprint is a design partnership of painter Claerwen James, textile artist Jane Powell and ceramicist Ali Murphy. The brand uses simple, hand-stencilled screen-printing to create original designs, and spot-colour lithography to replicate that studio process in manufacturing the final paper product. The result is a matte paper of unparalleled intensity and clarity of colour.

All Cambridge Imprint stationery is designed, manufactured, finished and packaged in England. The patterned paper is printed on a lithographic press by a long-established printers’ cooperative in Bethnal Green in London. It is printed on a matte uncoated stock using vegetable oil-based inks hand-mixed for each job, a process that closely mirrors the way the prototypes are produced in their workshop.

From Sheffield and Stoke-on-Trent, through Bedfordshire and Suffolk and down into Devon, Cambridge Imprint products are manufactured by various small English businesses with high levels of expertise and craftsmanship. The company works with a range of box-makers and book-binders to make their papers into enduring, resilient, beautiful, useful things.