Clairfontaine Note Book 1951, An authentic heritage. Clairefontaine has reintroduced its original notebook covers with a modern twist on the iconic French notebook. in assorted color covers, The best paper in the world for writing. This Classic staple bound note book, comes lined with no margin, In 5-3/4″ x 8-1/4″ and has 48 sheets. specially relevant is the 96 pages of 90 g with a neutral pH and consequently, acid-free paper. That gives the note book archival quality. The Smooth, satin fountain-pen-friendly finish is relevant to. The laminated cover resists water. They are also famous for its opaque, exceptionally white, smooth paper. Also they are Made in France.
Clairefontaine, a French paper maker known for its fine quality note books and fine art supplies. Makers of the first school note book in France, They have been manufacturing paper since 1858 and note books since 1890.
Clairfontaine Note Book 1951
Clairefontaine located in the Vosges, since 1512, an area known for the production of paper. The region has abundant resources for paper-making, like clear flowing water, vast forests, and skilled crafts men.
In 1858, Mr. Bichelberger chose the small town of Clairefontaine to set up his paper mill. Taking advantage of the rags supplied by the local textile industry, They grew to become one of the most important factories in the region.
Clairefontaine began to manufacture note books in 1890. It is now the only European manufacturer making its own paper for its own products. The company is now managed by a sixth generation of family members.
As a curious note; Julia Child an American chef and television personality. That brought the French cuisine to the United states, with her debut cookbook, “Mastering the Art of French Cooking”. Used Clairefontaine note books for recipes and notes when she was living in Paris and studying at Le Cordon Bleu.
Clairefontaine note books appear in a movie about Her—”Julie & Julia.” At the request of the film’s director, Clairefontaine provided note books for Meryl Streep, who played the roll of Julia Child.