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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 Pro Gear Wajima Bijou Coral Fountain Pen

Being produced in just 300 numbered pieces worldwide, the Sailor Pro Gear Classic Wajima Bijou Coral Limited Edition is hand-finished at the traditional craft center of Wajima on the west coast of Japan.
Raden mother of pearl is inlaid in the cap top, and the pen is provided with a specially inscribed 21k solid gold nib in Medium.

Traditional arts and crafts can be found in every region of Japan. Especially popular is the technique of Urushi-nuri, lacquer coating. Examples of this lacquerware can be found all over Japan.

Wajima-niri is a for of lacquerware produced in Wajima city, Ishikawa prefecture which can be dated back to the Heian era (year 794 to 1185).

To acknowledge the skilled work of Wajima-nuri maki-e craftsmen, Sailor made the Wajima Bijou fountain pen.

The body is covered with Urushi lacquer, the top of the cap is finished with mother of pearl maki-e finish and the end of the barel is in the color to represent a jewel. Each jewel has it’s own meaning and the pens are made with this in mind.

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