Pulp Pasco Card Holder Charcoal
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It features a divider (so you can divide the cards into received business cards and your own) and can hold up to 40 business...
It features a divider (so you can divide the cards into received business cards and your own) and can hold up to 40 business cards. It is light weight.
At Misc-store we carry the Midori Pasco range in all colours, and also in a pencase, and an A4 Document Holder.
Measures 6,5 x 10,2 x 2,1 cm
Closes with two snap buttons
Made of paper with a waterproof finish
Holds about 40 business cards
Features a divider with tab
Made in Japan
Midori & Misc-store Amsterdam
Designed and produced in Japan by stationery mogul Midori. Since its establishment in 1950 the Japanese MIDORI brand manufactures goods that combine both aesthetic and functionality. They do this by paying special attention to beauty and materials used. By going the extra mile on things like that, their products have a timeless quality to them.
At Misc-store we have been curating a selection of Japanese stationery by Midori since our opening. We love that Midori's range of products is so versatile. It ranges from cute paperclips in animal shape in colorful boxes, to very traditional and seasonal letter paper, to very minimalistic designs with a focus on quality, purity and craft. The range is huge, but all are also very Japanese.
Since its establishment in 1950 the Japanese MIDORI brand manufactures goods that combine both aesthetic and functionality. They do this by paying special attention to beauty and materials used.
Perhaps they are best known for their classic leather covered TRAVELER'S notebook. This notebook has a customisable interior, and you can choose from the broad selection of notebook inserts to configure your ultimate personal notebook. Since 2015 however, TRAVELER'S notebook together with the BRASS and SPIRAL RING collections is brought together in a new brand: Traveler's Company.
But the MIDORI brand also creates separate quality collections consisting of paper products including letters, greetings cards, colored papers, stickers and notebooks amongst others. At misc-store we have chosen to offer their creative design stationery with sophisticated designs.
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Misc Store supports
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Importing from countries as far as Japan & shipping worldwide has more of an impact than we would like. That is why we plant a tree for every order + we plant an additional 2 trees each day.
Furthermore, we offset the individual carbon footprint of our staff, including travel per individual under 8,000 km by car or 2 short-haul return flights annually, by funding climate change solutions through Ecologi.
A selection of these climate projects are shown here.
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Climate projects supported by Misc Store
Using waste biomass to produce electricity in Chile