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Small Leather Collector's Case - 2 pens - Amber - Jacques Herbin

Leather Collector's Case + cotton bag 

This pencil case was made in full grain calfskin. It has been designed and checked with the greatest care.

  • Available in 4 colors

This product is made of full grain calfskin. It has been designed and controlled with the utmost care. Leather is a noble and living material, which can change over time and gain a beautiful finish. Imperfections or slight variations of colour can occur. This is a fine characteristic, indicating the authenticity of the leather, and should not be consi¬dered a defect. For complete care, we recommend cleaning using a soft, damp cloth.

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Leather Collector's Case + cotton bag 

This pencil case was made in full grain calfskin. It has been designed and checked with the greatest care.

  • Available in 4 colors

This product is made of full grain calfskin. It has been designed and controlled with the utmost care. Leather is a noble and living material, which can change over time and gain a beautiful finish. Imperfections or slight variations of colour can occur. This is a fine characteristic, indicating the authenticity of the leather, and should not be consi¬dered a defect. For complete care, we recommend cleaning using a soft, damp cloth.

Herbin
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Herbin

The Herbin company, manufacturer of sealing wax, was founded in 1670 during the reign of Louis XIV. It is also the oldest brand of ink in the world.

Jacques Herbin was a navigator and it is from one of his trips to India that he imported his shellac formula which earned him great fame in the kingdom.

Ink production began during the 1st Empire and Herbin inks were used by Napoleon Bonaparte.

Even today, Herbin inks and waxes are recognized and renowned around the world.