Namiki Maki-e Tradition Toy Kendama Fountain pen Nippon Art Collection850,00€
Namiki fountain pen, maki-e technique, tradition series
TOY KENDAMA, NIPPON ART COLLECTION
Namiki fountain pen from the Nippon Art Toy-Kendama collection. It belongs to the series of traditional Japanese games that in this case represents the so-called Daruma Otoshi decorated with the Hira Maki-e technique. Topped with a 14 karat gold nib.
14 karat gold nib
Inverter or cartridge loading system
Packaging and documentation.
Technique ： Hira Maki-e
Article number ： FN-5M-KEN
Pen type ： ・ M
Pen nib ： size: No.10 （14K)
Artisan name ： Kokkokai
Omas Limited Edition 1997 Return To Motherland fountain pen1.100,00€
OMAS LIMITED EDITION 1997 RETURN TO MOTHERLAND
The top is decorated with the Bauhinia flower encircled by the words, “Return of the Motherland”, and enameled in the original red color of the Association’s official logo.
The clip is embellished in the same hue by a thin linear element reminiscent of basic calligraphy. Fountains of water adorn its cylindrical surface, which is elegantly patterned after the finest Chinese silk. The band around the cap synthesizes the Great Wall of China, one of the most recognized monuments of this earth, the OMAS logo emerging from one of the Wall’s majestic gates, and the 4 ideograms meaning “Return to the Motherland’s in Chinese.
The barrel of the pen follows this theme of combining Hong Kong and Chinese motifs. Sculpted into the metal sheath of the barrel, two Chinese dragons, mother and child, allude to the relationship between Hong Kong and China and support the emblem of their unity, the pink Chinese dolphin. The Chairman of the Association, Dr. Raymond Wu, chose the pink Chinese dolphin as the reunification icon for a several reasons.