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Namiki Ginkgo L.E 300 YEAR 2022 fountain pen1.780,00€
Signed by KOKKOKAI group’s artisans Hira & Togidashi Maki-e, Silver powder.
300 pieces worldwide from 1st April 2022
Namiki Ginkgo Limited Edition – details:
Type: Fountain pen
Decorative techniques: Togidashi maki-e – Hira maki-e
Nib: 18k gold available in F and M
Filling system: cartridge/converter
Limited edition: 300 fountain pens worldwide
Namiki Yukari size fountain Pen Butterfly rare, new8.500,00€
Namiki Yukari fountain len Butterfly rare, new.Circa 2003
This pen is hand painted using the Raden, Togidashi and Taka-Maki-e lacquering techniques. Elegantly and artistically crafted, the Namiki Yukari Fountain Pen captures the delicate beauty of butterflies. Medium 18ct gold #10 nib. Includes original wooden box, packaging, ink bottle and instruction manual.
Namiki Yukari size Love Birds Fountain Pen Limited Edition 19995.800,00€
Namiki Yukari Love Birds fountain pen is an adorable pen made of high relief taka maki-e and gold dust against the black background. Cherry Blossoms were seen cascading gracefully on the barrel. Decorated in pink colour to show the sweetness of cherry blossoms during the mating seasons.
Gen Takamura 元 exhibits great maki-e skills in the making of this Namiki Yukari Love Birds. It took him close to 3 months to complete just one pen. It comes with an 18kt solid gold size 10 nib to ensure an immaculate writing experience for the user and owner
Namiki Yukari Bamboo Fountain pen maki-e new First Edition3.500,00€
This Namiki maki-e fountain pen was created by maki-e artisan Mamoru in Japan. It features the Togidashi Maki-e technique (burnished maki-e), depicting bamboo trees. The pen has an 18kt gold nib (#10), fills via cartridge/converter (a CON-70 is included), and comes packaged in a wooden box with a bottle of ink.
The Yukari Collection vividly expresses the nature of the four seasons, which the Japanese have been familiar with since ancient times, by combining designs with various techniques such as Togidashi-Taka Maki-e (Burnished-Raised Maki-e) and Raden (Mother-of-Pearl). While being a size that can be carried and used every day, it harbors Japanese beauty down to the finest detail.
As these pens are truly one-of-a-kind pieces of art, they are warrantied for life by Namiki.
Please allow us up to several extra days for shipping of this pen. Please also note we are unable to accept a return of this pen for any reason once it has been used with ink. Please thoroughly inspect and dry test the pen before use.
Namiki Yukari size Bamboo Fountain pen maki-e new3.500,00€
The fountain pens in the Yukari collection by Namiki are delicate works of art, signed by their author, whose motif, borrowed from the symbols of Japanese tradition, has been engraved free-hand on copper-plate.
The ink is fed either by a piston converter or by a cartridge.Each of the Yukari fountain pens requires, as do the Emperors, three months and sometimes more of expert, loving and minute craftsmanship.
Such is the time that must be devoted to bringing to perfection the ornamental grace, true to the Maki-e craft, mingling polychromatic lacquers and gold dust.The Maki-e, a decorating technique patiently refined by Nipponese artists over the centuries, came to full bloom in the 14th and 15th centuries A. D., when, as it was highly sought by the aristocracy, it came to enrich the looks of the implements used in the tea ceremony.
Maki-e is part and parcel of the cultural heritage of old Japan. It involves no less than thirty some different processes, that concur in decors of utmost subtlety and unrivalled luxury.
Patiently and serenely adorned following the rules of that ancestral craft, the fountain pens in the Yukari collection sing in praise of a civilisation foregone.
Only those to whom time is irrelevant may decorate with infinitesimal paintbrush strokes, these loving birds, symbol of longevity, fruitful life, borrowed from the mythology of ancient Japan.
Total length (cap closed) : 142 mm Total length with cap posted behind the barrel : 157 mm Barrel diameter: 12 mm
Pilot Commemorative Edition Sg 2010 Youth Olympic Games Maki-e Blossoming Orchid fountain pen Yukari2.500,00€
Pilot Commemorative Edition Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games Maki-E Blossoming Orchids Fountain Pen Yukari
Pilot Commemorative Edition Sg 2010
Youth Olympic Games Maki-e Blossoming Orchids Fountain Pen The elegance and dynamism of the Singapore National Flower is expressed through the vibrant burst of Olympic colours.
Rewriting sporting history and manifesting the youthful dynamism and blossoming potential of elegant world-class athletes, Pilot Pen releases its latest Limited Commemorative Edition Pilot Blossoming Orchids Pen to usher in the inaugural Youth Olympic Games (YOG). The prized orchid – perfect, beautiful and strong – is a powerful symbol celebrating the Olympic values of ‘Excellence’, ‘Friendship’ and ‘Respect’, and embodies the true spirit of the Singapore 2010 YOG.
Namiki Daruma Maki-E Yukari Fountain Pen L.E. 20201.700,00€
Namiki Daruma Maki-E Yukari Fountain Pen L.E. 2020
Yellow: Monetary fortune, Fame, Good luck
Blue: Success, Independence, Promotion
Red: Family Safety, Victories, Good luck
Green: Health, unlocking one’s potential, Increasing athletic potential
Black: Protection against bad luck and natural disasters, economic surplus.
We hope that our 300 limited edition fountain pens deliver to their owners resilience to weather any difficulties and see their wishes come to fruition.
Measurements & Specifications
Closed Length 5.6″
Posted Length 6.2″
Barrel Length 4.3″
Barrel Diameter 0.5″
Section Diameter 0.4″
Pen Weight 32.3 g
Namiki Chinkin Yukari size Pine Tree fountain pen1.200,00€
Namiki Chinkin Yukari size Pine Tree fountain pen
The Chinkin Collection is made up of fountain pens which use “Chinkin (Gold Inlay)”, one of lacquer ware techniques
that Japan boasts to the world on a par with Maki-e. Motifs are carved into the lacquered surface with special chisels,
and after inlaying lacquer in the grooves, placing gold leaves and gold powder gives the pattern expression.
The delicate and fine depiction and three-dimensional aspect overflowing with a strong power
of expression are the special characteristics of this collection.
Since Chinkin is a carving technique, there is no room for mistakes. Every single carve is a true challenge in the sense of the word.