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). These grids are very helpful as guides for handwriting.
Originating in Paris in 1919, G. Lalo quickly rose to be 'de rigueur' for social stationery in Paris and in the royal courts across Europe. Throughout the years, the elegance and quality of G. Lalo stationery lends it to be the first choice when pleasure or etiquette require the best in matters of correspondence, invitation, or simply, writing.
The Parisian social stationery manufacturer since 1919, G. Lalo provides the royal courts of Europe with handcrafted stationery. Two aspects of G. Lalo stationery contribute to its fame: the quality of its papers and the elegance of its presentation. A paper is selected and allowed to bear G. Lalo's exclusive watermark only after exacting examination of its texture, weight, finish and color. In an era of frequent impersonal communication, people genuinely appreciate a personal, hand-written note - G. Lalo stationery is the perfect response.