Graf von Faber-Castell is a line of fine writing instruments from the German stationery manufacturer Faber-Castell. Graf von Faber-Castell was founded by the great-grandson of the company’s founder, Baron Lothar von Faber, in 1839. It includes a line of pencils, mechanical pencils, fountain pens, and rollerball pens. Currently, Graf von Faber-Castell makes high end writing instruments made with luxury materials such as Ebony, Resin, and Ivory. In their ownership are also the oldest surviving wood case pencil, the smallest pencil in the world and of course the most expensive pencil in the world.
Perfect pencil, as they called it, cost $12,800 and is made in just 99 pieces. Limited edition pencils have been produced till date form 2001 and most of them are sold out. Every pencil is made out of 240 year old Olive wood. The pencil has an end piece and an extender. Both the end piece and the extender is made from White Gold Palladium. The extender houses a sharpener and also a built in eraser. The eraser can be easily replaced and used. The extender is made from 18 carat White Gold.
The lid houses three best quality diamonds under the count’s coat of arms. The Perfect Pencil also comes with a certificate for the diamonds. The diamonds symbolises the mark of the third millennium Zaman of 00.06 carat size. The diamonds are of exceptional clarity and make this pencils really priceless.