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Namiki Yukari Royale Fountain Pen - Black Urushi

Namiki Yukari Royale Fountain Pen - Black Urushi


 
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The Namiki Yukari Royale Urushi Fountain Pen shown here in Black makes a simple but elegant statement, through the use of the Roiro Urushi technique and clean, classic lines. The rich deep black color is adorned by just the slightest bit of trim, keeping the pen sleek and streamlined. The fountain pen features a superb 18k nib that glides across the page effortlessly. The Namiki logo can be seen on the clip as well as on the nib, which also depicts an image of Mt. Fuji. The fountain pen comes in a nice softwood presentation box, and includes both a Con-70 converter and a bottle of ink to get you started writing with this gorgeous work of art.

List Price: $1,500.00
Our Price: $1,200.00
Savings: $300.00

Availability: Usually Ships in 7 to 10 Days
Product Code: NAMIKI-YUKARI-ROYALE-BLACK

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Namiki Yukari Royale Fountain Pen - Black Urushi

The Namiki Yukari Royale Urushi Fountain Pen shown here in Black makes a simple but elegant statement, through the use of the Roiro Urushi technique and clean, classic lines. The rich deep black color is adorned by just the slightest bit of trim, keeping the pen sleek and streamlined. The fountain pen features a superb 18k nib that glides across the page effortlessly. The Namiki logo can be seen on the clip as well as on the nib, which also depicts an image of Mt. Fuji. The fountain pen comes in a nice softwood presentation box, and includes both a Con-70 converter and a bottle of ink to get you started writing with this gorgeous work of art.

Urushi, the black material that forms the surface of this pen, is made from the sap from the Japanese lacquer tree. The process of collecting the Urushi (sap) and applying many layers of lacquer to this fountain pen takes three months or longer to complete. This technique, though painstaking, gives this fountain pen its deep lustrous sheen and has been used by Namiki craftsmen since 1918.


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