London Stationery Show 24-25 April 2018
Make sure to come and say hello as we exhibit for the first time at the London Stationery Show 24-25 April 2018!
Please get in touch in case you would need an invitation to attend the show.
Location: Business Design Centre London, stand number: M618
4OUR RULING DESIGN
Six wildlife designs available, debossed on a vegan PU leather bound hardcover with radius corners, coloured endpapers, perforated 100gsm silk cream acid free fountain-friendly pages, an inner pocket and an elastic closure in a lay flat design. A pen holder is also included - perfect.
Our newest range highlights fragile eco-systems from around the globe threatened by human activity.
Thread bound with dotted pages, 100% recyclable with faux leather pearlescent covers and acid free fountain-pen friendly coated paper.
2 bookmarks • 184 numbered pages • non-perforated • 3 index pages • 2 key pages • future log • Location infographic spread • Pen holder • Elastic closure • Expandable pocket • Opens flat
Quirky A6 notebooks come thread sewn with a foil blocked cover and an expandable inner pocket. Available in packs of two, each has 64 half-perforated pages of 100gsm natural cream paper.
William T. Walter
Absolutely the best notebooks I have ever seen. Everything about it is fantastic. Could not be more impressed!
Everything about this notebooks screams quality. Lovely heavy paper that doesn't bleed through even with fountain pen.
Luxury notebooks are a crowded market at the moment, but it seems Dingbats will be a name to keep an eye on.
The notebooks are of great quality and I love that the notebooks lay flat whatever page your are on. Worth every penny.
Lovely little notepad for my stitch crafting. Size is perfect and love the perforated pages. Wonderfully finished.
Every time I see the little bear paws it makes me smile. Please Dingbats* stay forever! So I can use these notebooks for the rest of my life.
217 years in the making...
My great great grandfather established one of the first paper shops in Lebanon in the early 19th century, trading high-quality paper more or less continuously from then until the present day. I want to continue this legacy where I passionately believe that there's still a place for this most traditional of materials in today's high speed, digital world.