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Namiki Yukari Grapevine - B

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Product description

Flowers and birds themes are an essential inspiration of Asian art on which the Kokkokai school knows how to pose an intimate glance imbued with a poetry of its own.

Namiki and the Kokkokai movement
Kokkokai means Group of Light of the Nation. This movement was founded in 1931 around Gonroku Matsuda, a student of Shisi Rokkaku, a leading scholar at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts and the creator of the first Namiki pens prototypes. Gonroku Matsuda is considered the greatest master of all time in the art of Maki-e. Appreciated in his own lifetime, he received among other distinctions the highest title of National Living Treasure. Under the leadership of this Maki-e legend, the Kokkokai Artisan Group was formed to research, develop and perfect the style and quality of Namiki's Maki-e pens.
Originally composed of Namiki craftsmen and outside artisans, each member of the Kokkokai group has different techniques but they all have the same vision of the development of this traditional art. The Kokkokai artisan’s technique is passed on from generation to generation.
Used technique
Togidashi-Hira Maki-e technique: the base is coated with an oilless black lacquer, and this is sprinkled with gold powder to create the design. This is then completly covered with a coating of Urushi lacquer and after drying, the design is revealed by burnished the lacquer with charcoal.

Introduction year: 2003

If the pen is not in stock, the leadtime can vary from a week to several months.


Length137 mm
Length w/o cap127 mm
Weight with cap36 gr
Weight w/o cap20 gr
Filling systemCartridge/Converter
Converter includedYes
Year of introduction2003
EAN Code3131910563051
Vendor CodeFN-10M-BU


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