- Made in Switzerland
- Set of 18 colored pencils and a tin case
- Package: 7 1/2''L x 6 1/8''W
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Our exclusive set of 18 water-resistant colored pencils comes wrapped in a detail from The Waterfall Where Yoshitsune Washed His Horse at Yoshino in Yamato Province, ca. 1832, a print in The Met collection by Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, 1760–1849). This specially packaged set is the result of the first- ever partnership between an art museum and Caran d'Ache, the Swiss maker of fine drawing and writing instruments. The full range of unique items from The Met Store x Caran d'Ache can be found only at The Met Fifth Avenue.
Caran d'Ache pencils, pastels, paints, and graphite products are designed, developed, and manufactured entirely in the firm's workshops in Geneva, Switzerland.
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