Blackwing Pearl Graphite Pencils Box of 12

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The Blackwing Pearl features a pearl white finish, gold imprint, white eraser, and a balanced and smooth graphite core that is softer than the graphite found in the Blackwing 602, but firmer than the graphite found in the Blackwing. Every Blackwing Pearl pencil features the iconic square Blackwing ferrule. Blackwing Pearl pencils come in packs of 12.


Iconic ferrule design
Thick, pearl white finish and crisp, gold imprint
Cedar casing that sharpens evenly and easily
Specially formulated graphite that writes smoothly


Genuine Incense-cedar
Japanese graphite
Aluminum ferrule


Made in japan

Blackwing pencils were originally introduced by the Eberhard Faber Pencil Company in the 1930s. Their cult following included John Steinbeck and Chuck Jones, who proudly used Blackwings to create Bugs Bunny and many other Looney Tunes characters.

Despite this following, they fell victim to cost cutting measures in the 1990s and were discontinued. But, that didn’t stop devotees from paying as much as $40 per pencil to seize unused stock. In 2010, our company drew from nearly a century of experience in the pencil business to access the best materials in the world and bring Blackwing back for a new generation of writers, musicians, and others seeking a more natural existence.

Today, a portion of every Blackwing sale benefits music and arts education at the K-12 level.

Every pencil is made of graphite and wood. Only Blackwing pencils combine the best graphite in the world, the best wood in the world, and generations of craftsmanship to create an exceptional pencil. When you’re looking for the perfect pencil to write a song, sketch a landscape or brainstorm a business idea, look for Blackwing’s distinct rectangular eraser.

Blackwing is more than just a pencil, it's is an independent culture that breeds new ideas and encourages creative expression. It’s embodied by the people who still enjoy the tactile sensation of dropping the needle on pressed vinyl or flipping through the pages of a used book.Or, using a pencil.


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