The Making of an Eternal Pencil

Posted on by Charlie Haywood

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My Mum recently returned from a trip to Italy and brought me back a unique Napkin 4.EVER Pencil. It’s a writing tool made with an Ethergraf tip, a metal alloy, for definite pencil like stokes – and there never the need to refill. Each pencil is specially forged by a goldsmiths who melts the metal alloy block and follow its machining processes shaping up the various models up to polishing and finishing. Finally the tip is assembled to the stem, making each piece unique. They look incredible.

Here’s a video of how they are made

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