ExaClair, the UK supplier of Rhodia, Clairefontaine, Iderama and J Herbin, will be exhibiting boutique stationery products at the first ever Manchester Stationery Show, on the 31st October and and 1st November 2017.
A new ink will see the re-brand launch of J Herbin’s range of inks and calligraphy products. The Jacques Herbin 1798 Améthyste De L’Oural ink is a solid dark purple with the velvety hue of amethyst, brightened with shimmering flecks of silver. The range is targeted at the top end of the ink and calligraphy market.
ExaClair will also showcase new lines from Rhodia, a range of premium-quality notebooks that continues to expand to meet the growing boutique stationery market. Visitors will see the latest Rhodia Heritage range, a special edition collection in celebration of the brand’s retro, French industrial design origins. Other notepad ranges will include Clairefontaine’s ‘Age Bag’ collection of fashionable ‘weathered look’ premium pads and books.
Iderama filing, with its moisture and tear resistant plastic film covers will also make an appearance to the stand, demonstrating its appeal to both the student and office products market.
Kevin Wharton, Marketing Manager at ExaClair said, “the show’s tagline is ‘where fashion meets function.’ Our chosen products therefore showcase where design is of the upmost importance, and not at the expense of added-value functionality.”