“The Blackwing Pearl is a dreamboat of a pencil with a graphite core that writes smoothly and isn’t too soft for sketching or solving puzzles. You can even replace the eraser to create a pencil that’s unique to you.”
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Palomino Blackwing Pearl Pencils – 12 Pack is a pencil with a rich heritage that has been around from the last many decades. It was first created in the 1930s and was it was made iconic by Chuck Jones and John Steinbeck who used the pencil to create Bugs Bunny and several other Looney Tunes characters. The brand was discontinued in the ’90s and was revived in 2010.
The set of 12 Blackwing Pearl Pencils has a smooth and balanced Japanese graphite core that is suitable for calligraphers, UI/UX designers, illustrators, and woodworkers. The iconic and unique rectangular erasers of Palomino Blackwing Pearl Pencils are synonymous with quality, and the pencils are equipped with exclusively designed ferrules that enable users to replace or extend the erasers.
The pencils feature gold imprint, pearl white finish, a “balanced” graphite core, and a white eraser. These are manufactured from the finest materials available in the world, including premium Japanese graphite and authentic Incense-cedar from California. The pencil features an ageless pearl white finish, and it measures 21.6 centimeters, or 8.5 inches, in length.
The set of 12 Blackwing Pearl Pencils carries a price tag of $21.95. The company believes the participation of arts and music is essential to both social and academic development of the youth. With every purchase of the Palomino Blackwing Pearl Pencil set, a part of the profit goes to the Blackwing Foundation, a non-profit organization that finances and develops arts and music at the K-12 level.