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Pensinasia - Fine Writing Instruments
Pensinasia is a collection of more than a decade of pens, fine writing instruments, and limited edition collectables. Over the past years, I have painstakingly detailed and photographed each pen I have owned, recording down every minute detail within this website. If you are a pen lover like me, you will find Pensinasia to be your definite source of knowledge to fountain pens.

Sailor Limited Edition King of Pens (KOP) Ebonite Sekkei Naginata Togi Fountain Pen

The newest work in the series features “Snowy Muko-Jima” by Hasui Kawase, who is referred to alongside Hokusai and Hiroshige, called the 3Hs of landscape painting, an Ukiyoe woodblock print depicting a beautiful snowy landscape.
Hasui’s woodblock print “Snow in Mukojima” shows an early winter scene with layers of freshly fallen snow. Like this famous work, Naginata Togi Ebonite Sekkei captures a snowy evening with expressive layers of colored ebonite.
A bi-color golden nib, gold clip, small gold band, and Sailor anchor logo on the finial reflects the glowing yellows in “Snow in Mukojima” on this King of Pen fountain pen and adds just a bit of warmth to this chilly scene.

This Sailor King of Pens fountain pen features a gorgeous ebonite cap, barrel and grip section. It is a hard rubber material with a soft sheen appearance. It comes equipped with Sailor's legendary 21k bi-color Naginata Togi nib in the massive King of Pens size.

Sekkei is a limited edition of only 400 pieces worldwide. Each pen is individually numbered.


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