Schacht & Westerich

Schacht & Westerich

Schacht & Westerich in Hamburg has been offering high-quality writing utensils and artists' supplies since 1826.

The desire to decorate special thoughts with beautifully curved letters or to send nice greetings to loved ones with a pretty card and envelope will probably never go away.
The stationery shop Schacht & Westerich has been a Hamburg primitive since 1826. Here you will find everything that the heart of pencils and office workers desires: diaries sealed with locks, notebooks in plain and funky designs, practical permanent calendars, letter paper and card sets for weddings and singles in love, writing cases bound in leather, fountain pens made of precious silver are available here in a large selection. In addition, the hobby artist will also find what he is looking for: From watercolour pencils to acrylic paints in a wooden box, there are also painting materials.
 

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  • overnight stay in hotel, with breakfast
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