Made In Virginia 2013: Page Stationery, Richmond

Page Stationery

Page Stationery

What happens when an art director for Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings strikes out on her own, acquires three antique Chandler & Price presses and engages a 600-year-old Italian paper mill to provide paper stock? The kind of custom-designed, hand-wrought stationery that makes it a sin to recycle.

Though Martha-alum and founder Sue Corral sold Page Stationery, the business she started in Richmond in 1999, to Richmond-based commercial printer Worth Higgins & Assoc. in 2012, her designs continue to anchor the company’s lines of stylish letterpress invitations and cards. Skipjacks, trout and mallards accentuate the company’s line of stationery for men, and graphic chevron and honeycomb patterns make personalized stationery crisp and modern. New this year for the holidays are letterpress photo cards—fed one by one into Page’s more than 100-year-old presses.

More than 200 stationery dealers across the U.S. carry Page Stationery’s custom albums, including Duet, the company’s line of digitally-printed cards. Or design your own stationery online. $537 for 100 5×7 letterpress holiday photo cards. $170 for 100 digitally printed cards.

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Page Stationery, Richmond

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Reginald’s Homemade Nut Butters, Richmond

Good News Granola, Palmyra

Honey Habanero Sauce, Spotsylvania


Henderson Guitar Shop, Grayson County

Big Lick Amps, Salem

Cabin Creek Musical Instruments, Whitetop


Frierson Designs Surfboards, Virginia

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BB Bat Company Youth Baseball Bats, Virginia Beach


Edmund Davidson Knives, Goshen

Natural Woodworking CO., Floyd

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