Parker Duofold Centennial Maki-e Chinese Lion Fountain Pen

  • Parker Duofold Centennial Maki-e Chinese Lion Fountain Pen
    Condition: New
    Time left: 24d
    Price: $2,999.00 Buy It Now Shipping: FREE
    Location: Singapore
Specifications: Pen Type: Fountain; Brand: Parker; Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan;

Item Details

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Parker Duofold Centennial Maki-e Chinese Lion Fountain Pen

Product Description

This is a Limited Edition Parker Duofold Centennial Maki-e Chinese Lion Fountain Pen released for the Asian market in 2005 with only 120 pieces . Chinese lion or known as the "Foo dog" is an important totem for the Chinese. It symbolises power and strength, and has the capability to ward off evil spirits. In Chinese legend, it is said that the lion was the ninth son of the dragon and was the best guard. They usually appear as a male and female pair, which is a perfect balance of Ying and Yang and are commonly placed at the entrance of houses and buildings.

After more than 10 years from its debut release, this pen is now getting more and more difficult to find.  Apart from a light buff at the edge of the wooden box (please see photo number 8), this pen set is in its perfect shape.  The fountain pen is brand new, never inked or dipped and comes with all its boxes and papers.  This pen comes with a low number and an attractive price. Only one piece, so buy it before it is gone!

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Thank you for your interest and all the best in your bidding!


  • Brand new.
  • Fountain pen is in full mint condition (i.e. uninked and undipped)

Shipping and Handling Costs

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  • Free delivery to all international destinations through EMS.
  • Buyer will have to pay for all duties or any additional tax/cost arising from the import.

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