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Home → Markers, Pens, Pencils, Charcoal, Etc. → Graphite → Caran D'ache Grafwood Graphite Pencil
The Caran d’Ache Graphite Line products are made with only the purest grades of graphite. This graphite is 99% pure and mined in Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe and Germany. The graphite from these countriesare naturally formed in varying shapes and sizes producing an intense bond resulting in a strong core that doesn’t break when you sharpen it or when you apply pressure while drawing.
The clay used to produce the Caran d’Ache Graphite Line is called Montmorillonite Clay. It was first discovered in France, but today it is mined throughout Northwestern Europe. It was originally used as a lubricant when drilling for oil and natural gas. Because of it’s greasy lubricating quality, it enables the graphite to literally glide across the paper.
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