Graphite 9000 Jumbo Tin of 5 – Faber Castell

R175.00

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Castell 9000 – a genuinely classic pencil – known for its quality, have made it a firm favourite with artists and illustrators and is now also available in a Jumbo option with an extra thick graphite lead. Its lead is particularly break-resistant and the superior black leads, made of very finely ground graphite and clay,  is available in 5 different degrees of hardness, from the lightest and hardest HB to the softest and darkest 8B. These pencils is ideal for for quick sketches and drafts as well as shading extended areas and artistic work.

 

Product details

  • 5 graphite pencils of superior quality
  • Extra voluminous graphite lead ( 5.3 mm)
  • Ideal for artistic work, sketching and drawing
  • Environmentally-friendly water-based varnish
  • Extra break-resistant
  • Available in 5 degrees of hardness: HB, 2B, 4B, 6B, 8B

 

The high quality Castell 9000 artists’ pencil is -a genuinely classic pencil. It was launched by Count Alexander von Faber-Castell in 1905. Its quality and finely graduated degrees of hardness have made it a firm favourite with artists and illustrators and is now also available in a Jumbo option with an extra thick, 5.3mm graphite lead, making it easier to hold.

Its lead is fully bonded with the wood surround and is therefore particularly break-resistant. The hexagonal wood casings come only from certified sustainable forests, and the water-based varnish is far more environmentally friendly than traditional lacquers. The superior black leads are made of very finely ground graphite and clay and is available in 5 different degrees of hardness,  from the lightest and hardest HB to the softest and darkest 8B, making it the ideal pencil for quick, gestural sketches and drafts as well as shading extended areas and artistic work.

Jumbo tin containing 5 pencils: HB, 2B, 4B, 6B, 8B

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