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Duofold Centennial maki-e Limited Edition

Sale price$4,800.00

Curated by Greenwich Time


This Parker Duofold Centennial is decorated with the Japanese technique of Maki-e. This technique is a lacquer decoration technique in which pictures, patterns, and letters are drawn with lacquer on the surface of lacquerware, and then metal powder such as gold or silver is sprinkled and fixed on the surface of the lacquerware.

The origin of the term maki-e is a compound word of maki meaning "sprinkling" and e meaning "picture" or "design." This decoration was done by the artist Shozan Hariyama.


Writing system type: Fountain Pen
18k Gold Nib

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Since 1994, our values have always been to present and curate genuine and authentic products for our customers. At Greenwich Time, we are committed to carrying only products we would proudly purchase and own ourselves. With many fantastic choices on the market, we let our own tastes determine what we carry here in the shop.

This has been hand-picked by us and meets our discerning standards for quality and style.