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    Caran d'Ache la Maison Special Edition Pencils - Series 7 (4 Pack)

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    Caran d'Ache la Maison Special Edition Pencils - Series 7 (4 Pack)

    An exclusive collection made from special of Noble Wood!

    Caran d’Ache travels the world to create its coveted rare woods pencil sets. Wood Pencil Set N°7 is an exclusive, limited production collection including species selected for their beauty and sustainability. Caran d’Ache craftsmen regularly introduce new noble materials to create original limited collections of pencils. These exclusive collections invite us to discover species from new countries. Polychrome Sipo, Steaked White Birch, African Assamela and Grey Limba… a selection of rare and precious woods that inspire Caran d’Ache to new levels of expertise in the production of pencils with graphite leads.

    The collection includes:
    • Polychrome Sipo - A unique creation born of a marriage of exotic wood with irregular threads in different colors. Red, green and violet combine to produce a combination of blazing colors.
    • Streaked White Birch - A stylized, feline creation characterized by a brown-striped cream-colored exterior.
    • African Assamela - The luminous golden yellow hue and banding of this iconic variety endows this exceptional wood with life and character. Its fine grain reveals a perfect shape.
    • Grey Limba - A play on colors and contrasts with a chestnut color that perfectly matches its intense deep ash grey veins.

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