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[SAILOR] Traditional Lacquer Art "Rei" Iwate Kinoshiru-nuri Fountain Pen (M)

[SAILOR] Traditional Lacquer Art "Rei" Iwate Kinoshiru-nuri Fountain Pen (M)

Regular price ¥140,000 JPY
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The northeastern region of Japan, including Appi area, Hachimantai City, Iwate Prefecture, has long been famous as a major lacquerware production area.

Appi-nuri is the lacquerware that the base is layered from the base coat to the top coat and has excellent solidity.

"Kinoshiru-nuri" has a unique watermarking technique called Mizukagami (glassy surface of the water), in which layers of lacquer characterized by Appi-nuri are applied and polished to create vivid colors and a rich view of the world.

The lacquerware is finished with domestic lacquer and is an elegant piece with a soft luster.


[Lacquer Craftsman]
Natsumi SAITO
Born in Hirosaki City, Aomori
Graduated from Film and Media Subject, Design Engineering in Art college
Studied at Ashiro Lacquerware Technology Research Center, Hachimantai City, Iwate
2016: Established atelier "KINOSHIRU"
Continued devotion to the craft to the present


[Packaging made in Japan]
The box is said to be the most suitable material for storing lacquer products, which uses fine-grained domestic paulownia wood with a solid and durable cord.
The pen sleeve is handmade from silk kimono fabric.
It has a pleasant feel and is suitable for storing fountain pens.


[Product Details]
Nib: 21K Large size (M)
Filling Mechanism: Converter/Cartridge
Cap and Barrel Material: Ebony
Section material: PMMA resin
Size: φ17 x 151mm
Weight: 29.6g
Packaging: Paulownia wooden box

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