Ecridor Palladium Coated Mechanical 0.7mm Pencil$ 130
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- Product Notes
True to its name, the Ecridor Retro pays tribute to the first Caran d'Ache mechanical pencils, made from precious metals since 1947. Its guilloche is made of lozenges and is emblematic of vintage models. This elegantly matches its palladium-coated finish. The Ecridor Retro mechanical pencil is equipped with a high-precision mechanism. The quality of the 0.7 mm Graphite leads and the convenience of the replaceable eraser positioned under the push button will be appreciated.
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- Materials and Care Notes
Made in Switzerland
Body and cap made of solid brass, silver-plated, rhodium-coated
- Delivery & returns
This product will be dispatched in 3-4 working days.
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Named after the nickname of the great French satirical cartoonist Emmanuel Poiret, who in turn took his name from karandash, the Russian word for pencil, Caran D'Ache was founded in Geneva in 1915, since which time it has garnered renown for producing some of the most beautifully crafted pencils money can buy. This maison's pens and pencils are precision engineered using the finest materials and the most innovative techniques to produce writing and drawing equipment of world-class quality. The brand's commitment to original design is evidenced by the fact that it was responsible for one of the world's first mechanical pencils in 1929. Today, its products are distinguished by the quality of their construction and the pleasure derived from their use.
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