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Kozo Interior Studio walnut pencil box

A simple but very well made object from Kozo Interior Studio – a pencil (or pen) box made in walnut.

Kozo Interior Studio walnut pencil box

A magnet in the box helps keep the lid in place.

Kozo Interior Studio walnut pencil box

A very nice way to keep pencils.

Kozo Interior Studio walnut pencil box

11 comments to Kozo Interior Studio walnut pencil box

  • What a nice box. A bit like a Domino box – and what a nice selections of pencils inside!

  • Joan

    A “new” available box now is the metal tin from the historic editions from Staedtler :-)
    I use the Noris tin box and one of the assembled pencils box from a pencilmaker set.

  • Very nice-looking indeed. It does look pretty delicate though, and I would be afraid that its thin walls might get crushed among the clutter in my supply drawers.

  • Matthias, good observation – it is is similar to a domino box.

    Joan, indeed any tin of sufficient dimension can also store pencils. :-)

    Alberto, this box is definitely for the surface of a desk or table – I don’t think it was meant to be jammed in a supply drawer. ;-)

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  • Kevin

    Didn’t see it fully opened – will it fit Palomino Blackwings with the long eraser? I’m just trying to work out what is so different to the wooden pencil boxes I already own…other than the magnet.

  • Understated, stylish and beautiful. I like it a lot.

  • I remember kids had pencil and pen boxes of all sorts in high school, but none of them were quite like these!

  • Kevin – it is just a simple wooden box. It is distinguished only by the level of craftsmanship.

  • Tanya

    Hellooooo… omg, I have fallen madly deeply in love with the pencils in the wooden pencil case. any chance you know where I can get my pencil loving hands on some?
    Thanks so much

  • Hi Tanya,

    these pancils are from Graf von Faber-Castell. You can find them on their website and in US you can buy them straight there.

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