Rum Ration notebook

£8.50

In stock

The rum ration (also called tot) was a daily amount of rum given to sailors on Royal Navy ships. It was abolished in 1970 after concerns that regular intakes of alcohol would lead to unsteady hands when working machinery. This notebook nods to that naval tradition, quoting a daily allowance of 'a 4th part of a pint'.

The notebook contains 70 pages (140 sides) of high quality, unlined cream paper and is suitable for both sketching and writing.

Right Note stationery is designed by Richard Sawers, an Australian who settled in Devon. His style is gloriously individual. In his own words:

"Uber-cool little black books are all well and good but are not really in our line of country. We prefer products that project a positive personality - sometimes eccentric, certainly colourful, often amusing and carrying bags of character. Chic and sleek? Not on our watch."

So, you can be one of millions toting a Moleskine (and for that matter, a Mont Blanc pen to complete the look). Or you can be a bit different and grab yourself one of Richard's unique designs.
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