British Made and Sustainable: The English Stamp Company
The English Stamp Company’s wooden stamp handles are made especially for them and are manufactured in the UK. They are made of beech wood from a fast-growing and very sustainable tree. Their beech is ethically-sourced and grown within the EU.
These stamps are made of polymer, not natural rubber, whereby the process uses around 95% less electricity and produces about 67% less waste material than natural rubber. Additionally, The English Stamp Company’s manufacturing process does not produce noxious flames, unlike with natural rubber.
The English Stamp Company take pride in all of their orders being delivered in plastic free, recyclable packaging. Their boxes are made from recycled and recyclable card, packed out with recycled and recyclable paper, taped up with recyclable tape and topped off with a compostable invoice wallet.
These stamps can be used time after time; offering a creative way to make your own recyclable paper and cards. All of their stationary is recyclable and made from recycled stock, and inks pare non-toxic.