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Faber Castell

Faber Castell

Founded in 1761, as from the mid-19th century the Faber-Castell company developed into the most important manufacter of wood-cased pencils, both graphite and colour. It was Baron Lothar von Faber who turned the simple pencil into the world's first brand-name writing instrument and created a reputation for fascinating products, which are setting standers to this day.

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Founded in 1761, Faber-Castell established itself as a pencil factory. Through centuries of experience, Faber-Castell pencils are still regarded as some of the highest-quality artist's supplies on the market!

Besides art supplies, Faber-Castell strongly directs itself at a young audience. Their catalog ranges from school and art supplies for children, all the way to high-quality ballpoint pens, mechanical pencils, rollerballs and of course fountain pens for young professionals and writing enthusiasts alike!

Modern and unique

Faber-Castell products aim for playful, modern and unique designs. The Faber-Castell range starts with pens like the Grip 2011, that offer a remarkably high-quality writing experience at a very accessible price. A little higher up in the range, we find models like the Loom, Essentio, Ambition, Ondoro or E-Motion. Business-oriented writing instruments that combine premium materials and unique designs with an incredible writing experience… each time at a very reasonable price. The quality feel is, just like with luxury daughter brand Graf von Faber-Castell, an absolute priority for each Faber-Castell product. That’s something you’ll immediately feel when you pick up a Faber-Castell writing instrument