This Namiki Seven Gods Yukari fountain pen was produced by maki-e artisan Seika Chida for Pilot's 100th anniversary. It comes individually packaged in a wooden box with a 50ml bottle of matching limited edition Iroshizuku ink and a leather pen wrap. This fountain pen has a medium 18kt gold nib in size #10, is complemented by gold trim, and fills via cartridge/converter (a Con-70 is included). Only 150 limited pens have been produced of each design worldwide.
Juro-jin, also known as "the Old Man of the South Pole", is a Chinese Taoist god. Said to be the incarnation of the southern polar stars, Juro-jin is believed to be the patron god of wealth and longevity.
On this fountain pen, a smiling Juro-jin is depicted holding a cane on which has been pinned a scroll. He is dressed in a peach-patterned Kimono, and is accompanied by a deer, both familiar symbols of long life.
The purple ink echoes the color of the Juro-jin’s Kimono, depicted on the fountain pen.
As these pens are truly one-of-a-kind pieces of art, they are warrantied for life by Namiki.
Please allow us up to several extra days for shipping of this pen. Please also note we are unable to accept a return of this pen for any reason once it has been used with ink. Please thoroughly inspect and dry test the pen before use.
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- 18kt Gold
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