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Graf von Faber-Castell

Plated Pernambuco Propelling Pencil

$ 300

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  • Product Notes

    Graf von Faber-Castell have created a range of beauiful writing instruments in several variants. This particular piece has been crafted from pernambuco wood (usually used for violin bows) wood with platinum-plated trims and a supple articulated clip. The natural variations in grain and colouring mean that every wiritng implement made from them is unique. As with each product in the Classic range, this mechnical pencial comes presented in a wooden box - simple luxury


    For any questions and styling advice, please contact us at: shop@therakemagazine.com.

  • Size Notes
    143cm x 21cm x 18cm
  • Materials and Care Notes

    Made in Germany


    Pernambuco wood, platimum plated trims
  • Delivery & returns

    This product is the UK. It will be dispatched in 3-5 working days.


    We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.

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The Story

Since the brand's humble beginnings 250 years ago in a small riverside village called Stein just outside Nuremburg, Graf von Faber Castell - German for 'the Count of Faber-Castell - has been producing some of the world's most beautiful and exquisite pens and pencils. The company is still family-owned, and still operates out of the same patch of land at the edge of Stein where Anton Wilhelm built his factory at the turn of the nineteenth century. The brand is renowned for its masterful usage of wood and metal in the manufacturing of its products.



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