Caran d’Ache Brut Rosé Sharpening Machine! How long name for pencil sharpener? But, nor ordinary sharpener but sharpening machine which will cost you $245.
Aimed at collectors and devotees of beautiful objects, this sharpener is inspired by the appearance of the legacy box, coloured in Brut Rosé. The original grey version of this Swiss-made, solid metal sharpener was first created in 1933, and its design has thus far stood the test of time.
It can be used with round, hexagonal, or triangular pencils of all kinds and wax pastels, ranging from 4mm to 10mm in diameter. This works thanks to the butterfly clamps that you pinch together to accept a pencil and release to hold it firmly in position while you sharpen. You can also adjust the desired sharpness of the lead with a twist of the knob that sticks out of the hand crank, á la a salt/pepper mill.
Delivered in its collector’s box, it comes with a sleeve containing information on the history of the sharpening machine and a tri-fold flyer.
The sharpening collector’s edition is limited to 4478 copies, symbolizing the attitude the metres of legendary Mount Matterhorn.