The well-known artist Ms. Etsuko Tsurata, once apprentice of the Famous National Treasure Mr Shogyo Oba, created the Sailor Chinkin Owl using the Chinkin technique. The result is a painstakingly crafted bird of wisdom of which each feather can be individually viewed! The ineffable shape of the Sailor Chinkin Owl is created using silver and gold powder. The delicate flowers are made using the same Chinkin technique and colored with Kansitsu powders.
The Dutch Pen Show (DPS) 2021 will go live on Sunday 17 October 2021 in Utrecht, and we look forward to meeting all of you. What to expect at a pen show? A lot of pens (vintage and new), inks, and paper which you can buy on the spot. You can meet pen friends, have chats about nibs and colors, say hi to vendors from all over Europe, check out penmakers, nib meisters, calligraphers, and creative minds. A Pen Show is a place where people share their love and passion. It is interactive and a lot of fun!
We will attend the DPS!
Buy your ticket on the website of the Dutch Pen Show and find out detailed information.
Something new from Japan: Taccia Hyakko-Hisho fountain pens! These sleek and a bit longer pens are made of ebonite with a hexagonal or round body and decorated in a Kawari-Nuri lacquer layer. Sailor makes the 14kt duo-tone nibs. Therefore the pens are filled with Sailor ink cartridges or a converter. Each Hyakko-Hisho fountain pen is limited to 50 pieces per design and comes in a nice Paulownia wooden box with pen kimono, two cartridges, convertor, and cleaning cloth.
A little frivolous, but stylish and incredibly stunning! Morici pen cases are a feast for the eyes: real wood, high-gloss lacquer, flawlessly lacquered, beautiful colors, with lovely scent, and marquetry at its best. Morici combines contemporary technology with the utmost craftsmanship, resulting in particular pen chests.
The interior of the pen box, is covered with a thick, beige-colored Alcantara fabric. The large box has ten fixed slots on the bottom and one removable tray for ten pens. It can store any large pen! I've tried them all. (Except for a Danitrio Yokozuna but that is a massive pen.)
Size of the pen slots (l x w x h) large box
Tray: 195 x 22 x 25mm
Bottom: 205 x 22 x 25mm
If you don't have pens like Namiki Emperor or Danitrio Genkai in your collection, the smaller box may be the pencil case you need. The bottom layer (bottom of the box) can hold 9 pens of 160mm, such as Pilot Custom 823, Leonardo Grande, Nakaya cigar, Eboya large, Namiki Yukari Royal, and others. The top drawer fits 9 pens up to 145mm such as Montblanc 149, Pelikan 1000, Platinum # 3776, Leonardo, Namiki Yukari, Danitrio Hyotan, ... The Venezia II is more compact and as beautiful as its larger brother.
Size of the pen slots (l x w x h) smaller case
Tray: 145 x 20 x 25mm
Bottom: 160 x 20 x 25mm
You can choose these boxes with a glass or wooden lid. We have two colors in stock: cannaregio (blue green) and rialto (multi colored.)