Caran D’ache

October 30, 2017

Caran d‘Ache & Gadsby’s

Gadsbys have worked with Jakar and Caran d’Ache for decades. The quality and range of products they manufacture is outstanding and they have always proved very, very popular with the Gadsby clientelle.

At major shows like the upcoming Hobbycrafts exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham Gadsbys work with together the Caran d’Ache team – come see us at Stand K01 on the 2nd – 5th November.

The images shown are a selection of the Caran d’Ache range which Gadsbys sell and some samples of the products in use.

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