PTB-200000A
Series "AURORA"

#82 Aurora

Small gold powder is sprinkled on the whole body(this technique is called
"Kin"(gold) nashiji"with embedded thick seashells(also called "raden") one by one.
To embed these small shells on a round body is quite a difficult technique.
After this process, a craftsman polishes with charcoal to make surface smooth,
(called "togi-dashi" technique). This is typical motif for traditional Makie artwork.
An autograph on the pen is "To-un( )" who is a Japanese Traditional craftsmen for
Maki-e artwork.
Nib is 18K #3776, many kinds of nib including Music nib can be mounted.
Cap is push-pull style.
18K Gold
Fine(F), Medium(M), Broad(B)
Model #82(F) 1529822
Model #82(M) 1529823
Model #82(B) 1529824
Choice of nib grades 18K, UEF, EF, F, M, B, C
For Nib point size Sample, please access here
Resin Body with Urushi(Aurora), Raden(shell crafting)
145.0mm(full length) x 14.5mm(max. diameter)
18g
LN(4000025)


PTB-200000P
Makie

#93 Urokomon

As you see this pattern has been done by small triangles which is
called 'Uroko-mon(a Scale pattern)' in Japanese artwork for many artworks.
A base coating os black Urushi lacquer and uses several kinds and sizes of
materials such as white and blue seashells, gold and silver powders to express
scale pattern.This Maki-e has done in Kaga area, a famous place for Maki-e
in Japan. The Craftman is "Ko-en" and an autograph is placed on the barrel as well.
Nib is K18 President Nib. A cap is screw type.
18K Gold
Fine(F), Medium(M), Broad(B)
Model No. #93(F) 1712932
Model No. #93(M) 1712933
Model No. #93(B) 1712934
Choice of nib grades 18K, UEF, EF, F, M, B, C
For Nib point size Sample, please access here
Resin body with Urushi(UROKOMON), Raden(shell crafting)
142mm(full length)x 16mm(max. diameter)
21.2g
LN(4000025)


PTB-150000

#46 Momiji

Wide 18K(18-17)
Fine(F), Medium(M), Broad(B)
For Nib point size Sample, please access here
Urushi Maki-e on resin
145.0mm(full length) x 14.8mm(max. diameter)
19.1g
LN(4000025)

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