Taccia Tanto Wajima Urushi LE Fountain Pen
Taccia Tanto Wajima Urushi LE Fountain Pen
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Product Description
As rare as it is beautiful, this Taccia fountain pen pays homage to the historic city of Wajima, Japan. Located in Ishikawa Prefecture, the city is known for its lacquerware, called Wajima-nuri, made using unique techniques that date back to the 14th century Read More
An Homage to a Japanese City

As rare as it is beautiful, this Taccia fountain pen pays homage to the historic city of Wajima, Japan. Located in Ishikawa Prefecture, the city is known for its lacquerware, called Wajima-nuri, made using unique techniques that date back to the 14th century. These techniques strengthen the lacquer and make the wares some of the most durable around. Handcrafted and buffed to a shine by an experienced artisan in Wajima, this fountain pen is named for the tanto: a traditional Japanese short sword that’s since become a symbol of protection against evil and misfortune. And indeed, the design evokes a sense of peace and calm—its gradient moving from black to crimson as it makes its way toward the 14-karat-gold Japanese nib.

Note: Quantities are very limited. Only 25 of these pens were ever made, and 7 are available on this drop. At checkout, choose the extra-fine, fine, medium, broad, or Music 14-karat-gold nib. 

Specs
  • Taccia
  • Lacquer barrel
  • Crimson-black gradient
  • 14-karat-gold Japanese nib
  • Threaded cap
  • Not designed to post
  • Handcrafted in Wajima, Japan
Included
  • Gift box
  • Pen stand
  • Metal grip sleeve (screws onto grip section for added comfort)
  • 5 black ink cartridges
  • Standard converter
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Dec 26, 2017 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.