Faber-Castell - Colour Grip Children of the world pencil triangular 10+3 (201746)

Faber-Castell - Colour Grip Children of the world pencil triangular 10+3 (201746)
Kategorier: DecorationsCeramicWall art
Brand: Faber-Castell
11 GBP
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Ideal for older children, the Colour Grip coloured pencils feature an ergonomic triangular barrel and patented Soft-Grip zone. This ensures fatigue-free and comfortable drawing. The high pigmentation in the lead makes colours very vivid. The water-soluble pigments give fantastic results: simply draw your picture then apply water to a paintbrush to create beautiful watercolour images.Product detailsContent: 10 Colour Grip colour pencils, 3 Bicolor colour pencils with 6 skin coloursColour pencil with patented grip zone for a non-slip gripErgonomic triangular shapeBrilliant coloursSmooth colour laydownWater-solubleHighest break- resistance due to SV bondingCarbon-neutral productionCan be washed out of most fabricsWood from sustainable forestryEnvironmentally-friendly water-based varnishFor right- and left-handersWith space for your nameCardboard box of 10+3 or 20+3Faber-Castell, established in 1761 is one of the oldest industrial companies in the world. The company is the world’s leading manufacturer of wood-cased pencils with a varied range of products for writing, drawing and creative design, as well as decorative cosmetics. Faber-Castell is renowned for its high quality, innovative products, commitment to tradition, and environmental awareness.TÜV Rheinland has certified that the company is CO2 neutral worldwide. The company’s eco-forests in Brazil and Columbia actively contribute to protecting the environment. Instead of touting individual “green products”, Faber-Castell minimises its environmental footprint throughout the entire life cycle of its product range. Faber-Castell products are green because they are long-lasting, often refillable as well as pollutant-free, and come from CO2-neutral production. The use of bio and recycled plastics also improves the “green footprint” of Faber-Castell