Originating in Paris in 1919, G. Lalo quickly became the choice for social stationery in Paris and in the royal courts across Europe. 

Georges Lalo was employed by a printing and stamping company, where he learned the skills of working with paper during the day, while attending drawing and sketching classes at night. Just after World War I, G. Lalo arrived in Paris in the summer of 1919, and with his skills, passion and ambition set to creating fine stationery. 

G. Lalo has remained a small personal stationery maker, preserving its Parisian identity and "bon gout Francais" - the quintessence of sophistication and elegance. We celebrate his passion as we enjoy writing and sharing cards and letters.