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  • Caran dAche Name: Slate Gray
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 495
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  • Caran dAche Name: Sky Blue
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 141
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  • Caran dAche Name: Permanent Red
    Collection: Luminance Colored Pencils
    Number: 061
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  • Caran dAche Name: Grass Green
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 220
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  • Caran dAche Name: Peacock Green
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 460
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  • Caran dAche Name: Cocoa
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 405
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  • Caran dAche Name: Dark Ultramarine Blue
    Collection: Artist Soft Pastels
    Number: 640
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  • Caran dAche Name: Black
    Collection: Luminance Colored Pencils
    Number: 009
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  • Caran dAche Name: White
    Collection: Luminance Colored Pencils
    Number: 001
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  • Caran dAche Name: Chinese Green
    Collection: Artist Soft Pastels
    Number: 730
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  • Caran dAche Name: Grass Green
    Collection: Artist Soft Pastels
    Number: 220
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  • Caran dAche Name: Burnt Sienna
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 069
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  • Caran dAche Name: Khaki Green
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 016
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  • Caran dAche Name: Moss Green
    Collection: Artist Soft Pastels
    Number: 225
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  • Caran dAche Name: Raspberry Red
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 270
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  • Caran dAche Name: Bluish Pale
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 371
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  • Caran dAche Name: Jade Green
    Collection: Artist Soft Pastels
    Number: 211
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  • Caran dAche Name: Perylene Brown
    Collection: Luminance Colored Pencils
    Number: 585
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  • Caran dAche Name: Marine Blue
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 169
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  • Caran dAche Name: Violet
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 120
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  • Caran dAche Name: Yellow Ochre
    Collection: Luminance Colored Pencils
    Number: 034
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  • Caran dAche Name: Lime Green
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 231
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  • Caran dAche Name: Gentian Blue
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 370
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  • Caran dAche Name: Burnt Sienna
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 069
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  • Caran dAche Name: Brown
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 059
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  • Caran dAche Name: Cocoa
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 405
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  • Caran dAche Name: Venetian Red
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 062
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  • Caran dAche Name: Raspberry Red
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 270
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  • Caran dAche Name: Blue Jeans
    Collection: Pablo Colored Pencils
    Number: 155
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  • Caran dAche Name: Genuine Umber
    Collection: Artist Soft Pastels
    Number: 548
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  • Caran dAche Name: Manganese Violet
    Collection: Luminance Colored Pencils
    Number: 112
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  • Caran dAche Name: Olive
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 249
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  • Caran dAche Name: Rose Pink
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 082
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  • Caran dAche Name: Bluish Gray
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 145
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  • Caran dAche Name: Grass Green
    Collection: Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencils
    Number: 220
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From its earliest days in 1915 and the official opening of the company in 1924 by Arnold Schweitzer, Caran d'Ache's development has reflected its passion for the most beautiful materials.

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The color of the sky and the ocean, blue is one of the most popular colors. It causes the opposite reaction as red. Peaceful, tranquil blue causes the body to produce calming chemicals, so it is often used in bedrooms. Blue can also be cold and depressing. Fashion consultants recommend wearing blue to job interviews because it symbolizes loyalty. People are more productive in blue rooms. Studies show weightlifters are able to handle heavier weights in blue gyms.

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