Studio Series Professional Pencil Sharpener (2 hole)

Studio Series Professional Pencil Sharpener (2 hole)


Price: $4.49
(as of Sep 12,2020 08:49:29 UTC – Details)


Sharpen colored pencils, graphite pencils, charcoal pencils, and more to perfect points!

  • Dual pencil sharpener has two openings.
  • Wide angle for robust colored pencil points.
  • Narrow angle for fine, longer-lasting graphite points.
  • Sturdy metal sharpener comes in a clear plastic case.
  • Screw top prevents pencil shaving spills, but is easy to open and clean.
  • Pencil sharpener package measures 3 inches by 5-3/4 inches.


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Studio Series Professional Two-Hole Pencil Sharpener

Sharpen colored pencils, graphite pencils, charcoal pencils, and more, to perfect points!

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Super small portable pencil sharpener

Perfect to keep handy on your desktop!
No electricity needed.
Quiet and non-disruptive.

Screw top comes off easily for cleaning

No mess!
Prevents pencil shaving spills.
Dispose of pencil shavings easily.

Two holes

Wide angle for softer colored pencil leads.
Narrow angle for fine graphite points.

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For graphite and colored pencils

Great for avid artists and colorists!

Keep those pencils ready for when inspiration hits!
Sharpen pencils quickly and easily.
Shavings are enclosed within the sharpener until you’re ready to open and empty them.
No mess! No need to sharpen pencils over your office or studio waste can.
Serviceable sharpener is portable and manual. No electricity needed.
Quiet and non-disruptive.

About our Two-Hole Pencil Sharpener:

Sharpens colored pencils, graphite pencils, and charcoal pencils.

Two openings—wide for softer colored pencils, narrow for fine graphite pencils.

See-through blue plastic case.

Screw top prevents pencil shaving spills, but is easy to open and clean.

Small sharpener measures just 2.875” high. Fits on any desk.

Pencil sharpener package measures 3” x 5-3/4”.

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Our Company History

In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter—and later, his wife, Edna—sought to create fine books that sold at ”’prices even a pauper could afford.”

Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy—and our customers’ expectations—of beauty, quality, and value.

Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, circa 1948.

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