Blackwing pencils
Blackwing pencils
Blackwing pencils
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Blackwing pencils

Blackwing’s roots go back to the 1930’s when the 602 model was first introduced by Eberhard Faber.

The pencil with the unique rectangular eraser became synonymous with quality. When the brand was discontinued, fans began paying as much as $40 on eBay for a single Blackwing pencil.

Charles Berolzheimer, whose family’s roots in the pencil industry date back to the mid 19th century, used the company’s unique supply relationships to re-introduce Blackwing pencils in 2010 featuring genuine Californian incense-cedar and premium Japanese graphite. 

There are twelve individual steps in the making of each pencil. 

Blackwing promotes a culture that encourages and empowers creativity in all forms. A percentage of every Blackwing product sold benefits music and arts education.

 Shown;
Blackwing Vol. 811 ~ devoted to libraries
Blackwing Colours ~ 12 soft, smooth colouring pencils