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Sailor King of Pens - The Battle of Sekigahara fountain pen is a maki-e pen by renowned artist Ikki Moroike, who has collaborated with Sailor on other limited editions.
It celebrates the battle in 1600 which decided the last Shogunate to rule Japan. 30,000 fighters met on a field just outside the centre of present day Tokyo - the forces of Tokugawa Ieyasu prevailed. The battle is celebrated with renactments to this day.
Using multiple maki-e techniques, Mr Moroike depicts spear carrying soldiers and a magnificently armoured mounted man - Tokugawa himself?
In a magnificent lacquered and decorated presentation box, the pen is available with medium of broad nib.
Only 28 of these magnificent works of art will be made. Sailor King of Pens - The Battle of Sekigahara will be available from October this year. We would be delighted to discuss your order.
Length (pen only): 131mm
Length (capped): 153.3mm
Length (posted): 167mm
Diameter (cap): 18.2mm
Diameter (barrel): 14mm
Diameter (section): 12mm
Weight (complete, empty): 35g
Weight (pen, empty): 23g
Weight (cap): 12g