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Sennelier Calligraphy Pad (8.25 x 11.25)

The Sennelier Calligraphy Pad was specifically designed to satisfy the demands of the professional calligrapher. It features a luxurious ivory white, soft vellum surface optimized for all calligraphy inks. The cover is so elegant it makes a great gift. Inside you will find 35 sheets of acid-free, 65 lb paper which is glue bound on the short side.

  • 35 sheets
  • Acid-Free & Chlorine-Free Paper
  • Weight: 65lb
  • Ivory White, Soft Vellum
  • Glue Bound on Short Side
  • Machine-Made
  • Item #: pse030
Acid-Free (pH Neutral)
Acid-Free (pH Neutral)

Acid-free paper is paper that has a neutral or basic pH (7 or slightly greater) and is lignin- and sulfur-free. This ensures the paper does not yellow or become brittle over time.

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Sennelier Calligraphy Pad (8.25 x 11.25)

Since 1887, Sennelier truly is the benchmark of quality and innovation in the Fine Art World, evidenced by the paintings created with Sennelier oil paints that hang in the world's greatest museums. Renowned for customizing color in France to meet the needs of Degas, Cezanne, and Monet, the company remains equally committed to artists of today. Their expertise is surpassed only by their passion, a dedication that has made the Sennelier name legendary.


Sennelier Calligraphy Pad (8.25 x 11.25)

Book Style

Book Size
A4

Binding Style
Perfect Bound

Page Style
Sketch

Number of Pages
35 sheets

Page Corners
Squared

Paper Properties

Paper Dimensions
8.25 x 11.25 inches

Paper Finish
Soft Vellum

Eco

Eco Cred
Acid-Free (pH Neutral)

The breakthrough in color accomplished by Cezanne, Pissarro, Bonnard, and Picasso came from a palette of colors created by Gustave Sennelier. These artist's watercolors are still made using the company's original turn-of-the-century techniques. Sennelier uses only the purest pigments which are cold ground on porcelain grindstones - this avoids heating the pigments which can alter the color's shade.