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Gift Box Set - Caran D'Ache Graphite Line in Titanium Box | 3000.415


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Caran d'Ache, Maison de Haute Ecriture, invites you to follow it into the depths of a graphite mine to extract the fundamental spirit of black. Constantly in pursuit of excellence, Caran d'Ache craftmen now offer you another brilliant example of their expertise in Fine Arts materials.

Designers, Architects, Amateur and Professional Artists now have the essential elements of the Graphite Line range within easy reach.

Assembled in a superb box dressed in pure designer grey metal X Titanuim Paper. The convenient size of the Graphite Line Box (20 x 34cm), the quality of its finish and its strength make it easy for you to take all your graphite tools with you wherever you go.

To put together this valuable gift box, Caran d'Ache craftsmen have picked the best in each variation of the colourless range:
- 15 Grafwood graphite pencils in 15 essential shades (4H _ 9B)
- 3 Technalo water-soluble graphite pencils in 3 grades (HB, B, 3B)
- 3 Grafcube 10mm in 3 grades (3B, 6B, 9B)
- 3 Grafcube 15mm in 3 grades (3B, 6B, 9B)
- 1 sharpening small board
- 1 paper stamps stick, 140mm
- 1 double pencil sharpener

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