Rhodia Fine Notebooks
The orange notebook with the cult following! Rhodia notepads are a favorite of designers, artists, writers, notebook fans and people who like to use graph paper for notes, sketching and hand drafting. The bright orange covers are scored near the top to fold neatly behind the pad while writing.
Rhodia WebPlanners are now available in both Academic year and January to December.
The Rhodia WebPlanner combines contempory design with great functionality. It has the week on the left and Rhodia's famous grid for notes on the right. Acid-free and ink-friendly paper, it is hardbound leather-like cover with matching elastic closure.
Two convenient sizes and a choice of black or orange cover.
New functional black stapled notepad with a dot grid for creative minds!
The French orange pads with a cult following is now available in black! These economical pads are a favorite of artists, designers, scientists and architects. People love them for their grids, smooth paper and unique scored cover which folds back neatly behind the pad when writing.
These side bound notebooks have card covers that are coated and waterproof. All sizes are now available with classic orange Rhodia or new black.
Rhodia's Iconic notebooks are great for jotting quick ideas or throwing down a speedy sketch.
The French orange pads with a cult following! These economical pads are a favorite of artists, designers, scientists and architects. For people who think differently than the conventional notebook allows. Graph paper is great for sketching, drawing, or just a new arrangement for taking notes.
80 g acid-free, pH neutral paper
Extra white paper, exceptionally smooth satin finish
Pale violet grid lines
Microperforated on top for easy and clean removal
Stiff back cover makes writing easy and portable
Sturdy & durable double wire spiral binding that never snags
80 g extra white paper with exceptionally smooth satin finish
Micro perforated detachable sheets
Acid-free, pH neutral for long preservation
Sturdy & durable polypro covers
Other fun and gifty Rhodia products
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The Rhodia Webnotebook is a modern notebook that comes in black or orange! It is great for fountain pens as well as everyday note taking. It comes with 90 g Ivory Paper that is acid-free and pH neutral. It's cover is composed of an Italian leatherette and has an embossed Rhodia logo. There is an inner pocket and an elastic closure and ribbon marker that match the color of the cover included with this notebook. The notebook has 96 sheets in either lined, blank, or dot grid formats and is available in 2 sizes. Don't want the traditional black or orange? Webbies are now available in bright colors, take a look at the new Rhodiarama 3-1/2" x 5-1/2" books!
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A new cover with a "soft touch" front and back and the smooth satin finish Clairefontaine ivory paper. The "R", a modern notepad perfect for notes or sketches.
The company making Rhodia pads was founded in the city of Lyon by Henri Verilhac in 1920. His younger brother Robert joined him soon afterwards. The company was named "Papeteries VERIHAC Freres." The Rhodia name derives from the Rhone in Lyon. It is said the two trees were a symbol of the two brothers. The Rhodia trademark was used for most of the products and especially the pads.
Henri and Robert Verilhac came from a family of paper merchants. The previous generation set up a family business selling paper primarily in the south of France and French overseas departments in Africa.
From 1932 onwards, the two brothers concentrated on producing and selling stationery, exercise books, and later on, the Rhodia notebook. In 1934, the company moved from Lyon to Sechilienne near Grenoble in the French Alps.
The Rhodia notebook, originally a sideline for Rhodia, was to become its most famous product. It immediately overshadowed other notebooks of that time because of its quality materials and original design of a scored folding front cover. The orange cover dates back to the 1930s. It has been kept unchanged throughout the years.