PLATINUM Modern Maki-e # 31 Bush Warbler Fine(F) Nib 18K Gold Fountain Pen NIB

  • PLATINUM Modern Maki-e # 31 Bush Warbler Fine(F) Nib 18K Gold Fountain Pen NIB
    Condition: New
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    Price: $129.60 Buy It Now Shipping: FREE
    Location: Japan
Specifications: Pen Type: Fountain; Brand: Platinum; Country of Manufacture: Japan;

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Brand New 【Authentic】 PLATINUM Japan

Condition
perfect, brand new, made in Japan, never used
With a brand new gift box
With a manual of the manufacturer written in Japanese
With an ink cartridge for PLATINUM fountain pen's exclusive use

SKU
PTL -12000M # 31 Warbler

Color
Modern Maki-e Warbler

Function
Body
AS resin body with plating cap
Pen nib
18Kt Gold Nib
Fine(F) nib.
Length
Barrel: 13mm (max diameter)
Length: 139mm
Weight: 17.2g

Filling Mechanism:Cartridge (Black x 1 )/converter (sold separately) 

Modern Maki-e Modern Maki-e is one of the technique which is done by silk screen printing,
under the layer and finished by Maki-e craftsman's hand one by one.
Platinum Platinum produces a variety of Maki-E pens, including lacquer carving, pearl inlay and pens with the Kanshitu-rough volcanic-type surface.
In 1919, Syunichi Nakata, a collector of imported fountain pens, opened a small fountain pen shop in Okayama, Japan.
His shop became very successful in a short period.
In 1924, he moved to downtown Tokyo, adjacent to several pen manufacturers, and officially named his company Nakaya Seisakusho.
The company exceeded earlier success and grew to nearly 80 employees.
Later in 1924, Nakata changed the company name to the Platinum Pen Company.
Platinum initially sold pens via mail order to office workers and teachers in small villages throughout Japan.
Soon, they were exporting to Singapore, Hong Kong, and Java.
In 1978, Platinum introduced its longest-lasting model to date, the 3776 fountain pen.
Platinum named it in reverence to Mt. Fuji, which...