Hand-made at the Two Rivers mill to be similar to the type of paper that was used in the later part of the 18th century by artists such as JMW Turner. This is a laid paper which can be used on either side, although the watermark is more pronounced on one side. There are flecks of unbleached linen fibre showing. It is a "not" paper, tub-sized with gelatin. It has deckle edge all round. Cut sizes are available in a separate listing.
Two Rivers Mill uses fibres mixed with pure Exmoor water which also powers the mill's waterwheel. All the manufacturing is carried out by hand, and the finished sheets are hung and dried naturally under the rafters of the mill's loft.