Stockmar Wax Crayons 8 Blocks Skin Tones
Embrace diversity in skin colour.
Stockmar Wax Crayons
Everyone has heard of Stockmar Wax Crayons. It is no surprise. They meet the highest educational, aesthetic and artistic demands. Elegant design with an attractive packaging and pleasant fragrance, Stockmar Wax Crayons appeal to the child's senses. How the colors shine and how versatile they are! Whether drawing, painting, generously applying, layering, scraping, and melting colors, Stockmar Wax Crayons promise years of pure drawing pleasure. Outstanding drawing properties (no crumbling, sticking, smudging etc) non-toxic and a sound concept for art education are what make Stockmar Wax Crayons top of the list.
The Classics - unsurpassed
• With pure bees wax
• Harmoniously matched colors
• Colors are strong and transparent
• Suitable for many drawing and coloring techniques
• Clean and pleasant to handle
These are standard Stockmar colours available as a set of 8 to represent the different skin colours around the world.
Contains 8 colours:
- 13 Red Brown
- 14 Yellow Brown
- 15 Black
- 20 Yellow Ochre
- 21 Venetian Red
- 22 Umber
- 24 Pink
- 34 Pearl Pink
NOTE: Tin may differ from that pictured
Size: 41 x 23 x 12 mm
Made in Germany
Recommended Age: 3+ years
Warning. Not suitable for children under 36 months.
Choking hazard due to small parts.
Stockmar Wax Crayons and Blocks - Because children are artists
Stockmar wax crayons awaken the artist in the young child. They guide our children from the first drawing pleasure at home, kindergarten and school. Co-developed by art teachers more than 50 years ago, Stockmar wax crayons are still indispensable and essential for art education today. They are unique and unmatched by their harmonious, strong and at the same time transparent colours, the scent of beeswax and the excellent drawing properties. The crayons are manufactured with no added fillers and have a particularly large amount of colour pigment; they produce their full luminosity through the transparent beeswax. The wax crayons can be opaque or translucent to create layers; also can be scraped or melted.