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125-Pieces Art & Graphic Collection in Wooden Case

125-Pieces Art & Graphic Collection in Wooden Case

Art & Graphic Compendium are a prestigious tool of the trade for the artist and a decorative design object for the connoisseur. The elegant, wenge-wood stained cases from Faber-Castell. Sophisticated tools of the trade are part and parcel of creative design. Art & Graphic Collection basic set with 36 each of Polychromos artist's pencils and pastel crayons, the Albrecht Dürer watercolour pencils and the small range of Pitt monochrome pencils are presented in a two tier case.

Product Detail

  • High-quality acid-free pigments in bright colours
  • Soft and vibrant colour laydown
  • High break resistance due to secural bonding process
  • Ideal for work on large areas
Eco pencil

Eco pencil

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Wood from sustainably managed forests.

Made in Germany

Made in Germany

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"Made in Germany" is a seal of quality for high-end goods produced in Germany. It stands for reliability, trust and branded products with high added value.

Waterbased Eco Varnish

Waterbased Eco Varnish

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Virtually all the pencils produced in the main factory in Stein are coated with an environmentally-friendly water-based paint. This is even used for the raised dots on the Grip pencils.

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Did you know?
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Did you know?
Faber-Castell grows about 20 cubic metres of wood every hour, which corresponds to around 1 truck load.
Faber-Castell grows about 20 cubic metres of wood every hour, which corresponds to around 1 truck load.
Did you know?
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Did you know?
The profile of wood-cased pencils was changed from round to hexagonal/triangle because they were constantly rolling off the table.
The profile of wood-cased pencils was changed from round to hexagonal/triangle because they were constantly rolling off the table.