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Moleskine Wood Pencils (set of 2 + sharpener)

Writing Collection

Special:$16.95Regular: $17.95
Item # pmowc9690


Made from cedar wood with a matte-black finish and filled with high-quality 2B, 3mm lead, Moleskine pencils share the same rectangular shape and rounded corners as the roller pens. The black cap features a lacquered steel clip that attaches neatly to any Moleskine notebook cover. Accompanying the two pencils and cap is a specially-designed sharpener (also in matte black) with a premium German blade and a 12.5 mm opening. An extra bonus is a set of 24 adhesive labels to personalize your cap.
    Made In - Imported from Italy

    Additional Info

    Be inspired to write, journal, and doodle with Moleskine's Writing Collection. With the focus on daily inspiration, writing, and travelling, each piece is the perfect complement to Moleskine's legendary notebooks. Designed by Giulio Iacchetti to incorporate signature Moleskine function and aesthetics, the Writing Collection is part of the greater New Collections by Moleskine. The myriad, distinctive accessories enhance the activities of the modern-day nomad in each of us.


    • Pen Style
      • Pen Type
      • Wood Pencil
      • Pen Body Material
      • Cedar Wood
      • Body Shape
      • Rectangular
      • Lead Size
      • 3 mm lead
    • Pencils
      • Pencil Type
      • Standard
      • Pencil Grade
      • 2B
      • Pencil Eraser Tip
      • No
    • References
      • ISBN
      • 978-88-6613-969-0
    • Upsells
      • GoesWith
      • Moleskine Hard Cover
      • Moleskine Pen Cases
      • Moleskine Eraser Sharpener

    Moleskine Brand Story

    Moleskine journals are legendary, possessing a minimalism style and quality that literally has centuries of experience. To the initiated, there is no substitute. Used by artists and intellectuals who defined 20th century culture, including such luminaries as Hemingway, Van Gogh, and Matisse. Today Moleskine journals are seen at meetings absorbing notes, at coffee shops steeping ideas, on mountainside trails capturing adventures - in all cases a trusted traveling companion.