Onigiri Page Markers
If you're looking for a page marker with sustainability in mind, look no further than these pale grey 100% recycled paper clips. They are both flexible and durable enough for keeping tabs or using as a bookmark.
The 'Onigiri' (Japanese rice ball) shape is to give you more space at the top end to write notes to make it easier for you to pick up where you left off.
Each clip measures 2 5/8" wide x 2 3/8" tall.
Made with 100% recycled fog grey 250gsm FSC-certified paper.
Set of 20 comes in a custom folded letterpress-printed triangular box.
Made in London, England.
From Before Breakfast, a London-based stationery company. The name of the brand is a homage to the quote found in Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll, the sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” They state "The world that is your desk is made up of a number of objects you use, whether it is for work or for your studies. Stationery probably makes up the smallest objects in this world, but the possibilities you have with pen and paper are endless. "