PABLO

Dear Creatives,

I hope you are finding enough rest and peace in the Rahui to ease the problems we all share at this unfamiliar time. 

I am working from home. At present I am engaged in a thorough stock take of the products I was able to bring home. 

The buy button has been disabled for products that I still have to count. 

I will send a newsletter once I am ready to receive orders again.You are welcome to email me in advance to get in the queue for the stock I do have available.

Please read the Pandemic Plan on the home page.

Keep well & keep creating!

Kindest regards, Carla

Designed by the Maison Caran d'Ache for artists and design enthusiasts, Pablo permanent pencils match the superior quality required for colour drawings, while the precision of Pablo leads is ideally suited to realist drawing. The dry, 3.8 mm diameter leads, based on a formula ensuring exceptionally high covering power and creating no powder whatsoever, offer one of the widest existing colour ranges with its 120 nuances. Artists, technical designers and professional teachers can rely on the exemplary lightfastness of the leads, as well as their perfect opacity. The covering power of Pablo colour pencils enables easy usage on a large number of backgrounds, ranging from variously textured paper and cardboard to wooden panels. Shaded, mixed and layered colours express themselves through the thick, velvety matter of permanent pencils. The bodies of the pencils are completely varnished and sealed with a shiny colour that corresponds to the colour of the lead. Pablo colour pencils are designed and manufactured in the Geneva workshops of Caran d'Ache, in line with eco-friendly standards and certifications and according to the Swiss Made quality label. (find 0CAR0666045)
Price:
NZ$ 15.90
UOM:
Each
Pencils, Leads & Accessories
Caran D'Ache Pablo Coloured Pencils
No in-store stock, but more can be ordered in

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06 280 4212

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