It is a handmade wooden fountain pen. I made it based on rhodium-plated Olympian.
It is a closed end type parqueted to both ends with a clip. You can not attach a cap to the pen end in use.
Ink cartridges and converters are Waterman compatible.
I made random wood chips of precious trees. Mainly used wood is 橡 (shrinkage heather), Elmu Yoshinobu, Kaisei 橡, Kaede, Mulberry, cherry tree, Sophora, Pear, Kanaki, Mahogany, Tulip Wood, Paolosa, Wenji, Bubinga, Rosewood, Rio Grande Peri Thunder , Black walnut, ebony, red trees. Since finishing is turning wax, I think that the taste comes with dirt attached while using it. Also, because it is the original color of the tree, there is no worry about discoloration.
It is necessary to make this design for each one rather than cutting out from a large blank (the original mass). Besides, because we combine irregular pieces of wood, it is very time-consuming to match the lengthwise joints, so I think that there are not so many people who do this with fine pieces of wood.
How about a collection or a slightly different gift?
Size 153 mm x Φ 18 (cap), Φ 15.5 (body) mm
Weight 41 g (by cartridge)
Pen # 5 (iridium, stainless steel (some gold-plated))
Attached ink cartridge (black) x 1, converter x 1
On us we can not do maintenance and exchanging of pen tip. Please note that maintenance must be done by the purchaser yourself.
In addition, because all are handmade, please be aware that slight scratches and pattern misalignment will definitely result.
Shipment will be delivered in case as shown in the picture of the 5th sheet.
Production area / production method
Origin: Japan Handmade