Founded in Lyon in 1932, 'Papeteries Vérilhac fréres' was taken by brothers Henri and Robert Vérilhac across France and northern Africa. Their famous notepads with the Rhodia signature of two close fir trees were first produced in 1934. The logo symbolises the pair's brotherhood- the trees being native to the Rhone-Alpes region, home of the company.
The Rhodiarama Webnotebook contains 90g brushed Vellum paper, which is smooth and perfectly safe for fountain pens. There is no bleed-through, so you can write on both sides of the page, while it remains resistant to feathering.
With 96 sheets of lined or blank paper, the simulated soft leather cover is embossed with the famous Rhodia logo in the centre. A cover band is accompanied by a ribbon page marker, along with a pouch in the back for small items such as receipts.
The Webnotebook comes with a zebra-type pattern/ illustration inside with different coloured stripes, giving it an extra element of style.