Vintage Camera Pencil Sharpener

Vintage Camera Pencil Sharpener

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The occasion to use a pencil doesn’t happen all that often for us anymore, but we still keep a few around for sketches, plans and back of an envelope math. Sharpening them can be a bit of a pain without a sharpener. We’ve tried knives and razors and other bladed instruments, but the sharpener is the only way to get a good enough point. The $0.99 pencil sharpener you can pick up from the college dorm section of the local big box store just doesn’t cut it in the design department, though. The Vintage Camera Pencil Sharpener addresses our love of vintage cameras and the need to sharpen pencils perfectly. The plastic sharpener is powered by good, old-fashioned elbow grease and includes a hidden drawer for shavings. Even if you use it infrequently it will still look good sitting on a desk.

The Martin Wholecut Oxford Is Handmade from a Single Piece of Italian Leather The Martin Wholecut Oxford Is Handmade from a Single Piece of Italian Leather
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For those who find attention-grabbing brogues and ornate details a bit too flashy but who still want a pair of attractive, well-made dress shoes, The Martin Wholecut is the answer. Handmade in Italy out of a single piece of Italian calfskin leather, the rich, supple dress shoes feel exceedingly comfortable and look sleek without being over the top. Each is outfitted with a leather lining, a matching leather sole, and is even painted by hand. Plus, thanks to the Blake construction, The Martin Wholecut Oxfords feel light and flexible.

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