St Cuthberts Mill
Situated in the ancient Cathedral City of Wells in the southwest of England, and named after the local church dedicated to the 7th Century saint, St Cuthberts Mill has been making paper since the 1700’s, taking advantage of the pure water of the River Axe. The St Cuthberts Cross illustrated on all the mill’s papers is inspired by the cross found on St Cuthbert’s tomb in Durham Cathedral.
St Cuthberts Mill specialises in making high quality artist papers. Using one of the few cylinder mould machines left in the world, together with natural woollen felts, the papers are manufactured to museum grade archivability. St Cuthberts Mill mould made papers offer consistent quality, excellent surface stability and superior strength to each sheet, guaranteed to perform the same as the last.