Derwent Sketching Pencils & Inktense Colour Blocks

Today Derwent have an unswerving reputation for innovation, inspiring artists with new products like Inktense, Graphik Line Painters and Tinted Charcoal, alongside their classic range of Artists, Graphic and Watercolour Pencils.

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  1. Derwent Lightfast Coloured Pencils Set of 12

    €32.50

  2. Derwent Lightfast Coloured Pencils Set of 36

    €84.00

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  3. Derwent Inktense Paint Pan Travel Set of 12

    €24.00

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  4. Derwent Watercolour Pencil Tin Set of 12

    €16.75

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  5. Derwent Artists' Pencils Tin Set of 12

    €20.50

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  6. Derwent Soft Sketching Pencil Tin Set of 12

    €10.75

  7. Derwent Inktense Pencil Tin Set of 36

    €47.00

  8. Derwent Procolour Tin Set of 36

    €48.00

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  9. Derwent Coloursoft Pencils Wooden Box Set of 48

    €72.00

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  10. Derwent Inktense Pencils Wooden Box Set of 48

    €57.25

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  11. Derwent Artists Pencils Wooden Box Set of 48

    €84.00

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  12. Derwent Sketching Wooden Box Set of 72

    €96.00

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  13. Derwent Pastel Pencil Wooden Box Set of 72

    €108.00

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  14. Derwent Watercolour Pencil Wooden Box Set of 72

    €108.00

  15. Derwent Artists' Pencils Tin Set of 36

    €48.00

  16. Derwent Sketching Wallet

    €24.00

  17. Derwent Line and Wash Sketching Set

    €21.75

  18. Derwent Water Brush Set of 3

    €12.75

  19. Derwent Procolour Pencil

    €2.25

    Available in 72 colours
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  20. Derwent Procolour Tin Set of 12

    €15.75

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  21. Derwent Procolour Tin Set of 24

    €38.00

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Derwent Sketching Pencils & Inktense Colour Blocks

Derwent have been making high quality drawing materials including coloured pastel pencils and graphite led pencil sets since 1832, when they were known as the Cumberland Pencil Company. Rumour has it the story dates even further back to the 1500s, when a violent storm uprooted many trees and the shepherds discovered a black material under the soil with which they could mark their sheep. This turned out to be graphite, and a local business began making pencils with the discovered material.