Beautiful handmade cotton rag envelopes in our Black shade with a natural deckle edge, suitable for stationery design, digital printing, calligraphy, letterpress, and watercolour. With natural, delicate, and feathery deckle edges, each of these pieces are made by hand using age-old techniques from 100% cotton making for soft, strong, and luxe acid-free pieces.
Our paper is internally sized and finished on a cold press, making them suitable for hand calligraphy and printing, including home printing on an inkjet printer.
Available in packs of 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, and 250 pieces, as well as custom pack sizes. Our larger pack sizes are perfect for printers, calligraphers, or brides creating an invitation suite.
Accompanying deckle edge paper is available for these pieces:
|Material||Made by hand from 100% cotton (100% tree-free)|
|Acidity||Naturally acid-free and lignin-free|
Variance of up to ±20% can occur due to the handmade nature of our pieces. Please read our FAQ for further details.
|Size||Approx. 7.25" x 5.25"|
|Finish||Smooth finish on a cold press with a fine tooth|
|Pack sizes||Available in packs of 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, and 250 pieces, as well as custom pack sizes|
Ideal for fine-art stationery for weddings or other special occasions
An inkjet printer is advised for best results when printing at home
Our internal sizing and finish make our paper texture nib-friendly
Our 300 gsm is ideal for letterpress
Our internal sizing and finish will accommodate watercolour, however we do not recommend this range for heavy or wet paint work
|Raw material sourcing||Cotton off-cuts sourced from the textile industry in south India which helps to reduce waste which would otherwise become landfill|
|Water treatment||Post-production water is treated on site and used again in our production line for secondary activities as well as in our gardens|
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