G. Lalo Verge de France stationery and correspondence paper is the ultimate experience in writing. The company's history dates back to upper class French and European social correspondence, and it continues to be used today for treasured letters and writing.
Verge refers to the grid of parallel translucent lines ("vergeures") that was formed in handmade paper as the sheets were laid to dry (the origin of the term "laid finish"). The paper is fountain pen friendly, and has a beautiful, subtle texture giving just enough feel between the nib and paper. Once you begin using Verge de France stationery for your thank-you notes and letters, you will never go back.