Maki-e is a traditional Japanese art created to embody the harmony of man with nature. The Maki-e process was introduced to Japan in the Asuka period (lasting from 538 to 710 (or 592 to 645) and was established as a traditional art form by noble society. The process combines intricate lacquer painting with a variety of surface decorations, traditionally powered gold, mother of pearl etc. The result is truly unique.
Limited Edition - 50 pieces worldwide Based on Sailor King of Pen Ebonite body size with maki-e decoration 21K Gold nib with rhodium accents Converter & Cartridge type - Sailor Maki-e artist Ikki Moroike
Limited Edition of 33 Based on King of Pen Urushi artist Kurotobi-san Hakeme-nuri lacquer technique
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