Sharpen your pencils in style...

April 16, 2018

Sharpen your pencils in style...

Sure to be a conversational piece for years to come...Caran d'Ache Limited Edition Rose Gold Desk Top Pencil Sharpener launched Spring 2018. In keeping with the collection brought out in 2013 for the 80th anniversary and the red Limited Edition last year, Caran d’Ache unveils a new exclusive edition of one of its most iconic products. Supplied in decorative limited edition tin depicting scenes of the Matterhorn, it has been produced in limited numbers of 4,478 copies, symbolising the height in metres of the legendary Alpine peak.  The solid cast metal body is finished in metallic Rose Gold with polished chrome clamp and jaws.  The desk device uses a helical worm gear to effortlessly sharpen all wood case pencils from 4 mm to 11 mm, other features include an 'auto-stop' so just the right amount is cut to produce perfectly sharpened pencils every time; pull-out drawer to collect shavings and desk clamp.  RRP £195.00

Caran d'Ache are the Swiss based manufacture of fine writing, colouring pencils and other fine accessories, established over 100 years ago, they are renowned for some of the finest products in the world.

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