Recognized by the industry for their high standard of quality these art markers offer an exciting array of vibrant colors. * Certified as non-toxic by the Arts & Crafts Materials Institute they carry the AP non-toxic seal. * Choose from an incredible spectrum of non-fading ink colors featuring double-ended markers with both a broad nib and a fine nib and a single ink reservoir for perfect color match end to end. * Metallic markers are single-ended. * Set includes case with 48 colors: Process Red Crimson Red Carmine Red Magenta Pink Blush Pink Light Peach Poppy Red Pale Vermillion Yellowed Orange Orange Yellow Ochre Canary Yellow Cream Spring Green Chartreuse Olive Green Dark Green Aquamarine True Blue Violet Blue Indigo Blue Ultramarine Light Aqua Cerulean Blue Violet Mulberry Rhodamine Dark Umber Sienna Brown Goldenrod Dark Brown Burnt Ochre Light Tan Black Spanish Orange Lime Peel Imperial Violet Deco Yellow Deco Pink Blue Slate Grass Green True Green Apple Green Tuscan Red Peach Lilac Light Umber. * Colors subject to change.
Color: Multi Double-Ended: Yes Ink Type: Alcohol-Based, Dye-Based Tip Type: Extra Broad Nib, Fine Nib
Prismacolor is a brand of professional artists' supplies originated by Berol in 1938, and now manufactured by Newell Rubbermaid. Among the items in the Prismacolor line are colored pencils, Art Stix, pastels, watercolors, and alcohol-based permanent art markers.
All Prismacolor products
9" x 8.5" x 4"
This product is shipped from our warehouse in Bloomfield, CT, USA.
This product is brand new and includes the manufacturer's warranty, so you can buy with confidence.
Actual color and texture may vary, use as a guide only.
A 25% Handling Charge is levied against all authorized returns except those due to our error. Unauthorized returns are subject to a 40% Handling Charge. Damages & defects must be reported to us within 7 days.
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I need to know if the broad nib is chisel or brush. asked by Mary on Jan 10, 2017
The markers are double sided. The broad nib is a chisel and the fine nib is a brush. answered by Ekaterina (Staff)
on Jan 11, 2017