Letterpress archive box to store all of your favourite recipes. The perfect gift for those who love to cook and bake.
Inspired by the below stairs & kitchen garden storage containers and stationary used in large country houses which were always functional and simple, but often very beautiful.
The box is made from a sturdy 70% recycled card that has been handprinted and comes with four tabbed dividers and 24 blank recipe cards to keep a note of recipes from family and friends.
The box is typeset in Baskerville, a typeface designed by John Baskerville in Birmingham around 1750. The whole set has been handprinted on a restored Victorian treadle printing press, using linseed oil ink.
The set includes an archive box, four tabbed dividers, 24 recipe cards & an information card on how the box was made.
Designed and printed in Suffolk on a restored 150-year-old letterpress
Everything is 100% recyclable.
Made by hand
Mabel & Co
Working from an old wheelwright's shop in Suffolk, Mabel & co is a designer-maker studio focused on sustainability and traditional craft practices. At the heart of the Mabel & co print room is a restored 160-year old printing press that works busily printing beautiful stationery.
Sustainability and traditional techniques are at the heart of Mabel & co; their card stock is recycled or FSC certified, the ink is linseed oil-based sourced from small British companies and all their packaging is either compostable or recyclable.