Rhodia Staplebound Notepad
Rhodia notepads were first produced in the 1930's and are named for the Rhone river which runs through southeastern France. Legend has it that the two fir trees found in the Rhodia logo symbolize the two founding brothers, who came from a family of paper merchants and established the Verilhac Paper Mills in the French Alps. With their cult-following and easy to spot orange covers, Rhodia pads are known for their high quality. Now filled with Clairefontaine paper, they offer exceptional performance with fountain pens, as well as other writing instruments.
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