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Pilot Vintage Japanese Makie Cosmetics Box
An excellent condition vintage Pilot Japanese makie cosmetics box made by renown Kokokai artist Hiroshi Sasada 笹田博 who had joined Kokokai 国光会 (國光會) in 1929. Depicting chidoris flying in formation over glittering streams of water which was artistically illustrated with a curved line which divides the box in an elegant manner.
Red Japanese urushi and black urushi provides a contrasting visual effects to the cosmetics make up box coverwhich opens up to reveal a secret compartment that comes with an original cosmetics powder sponge. It is not recommended to use the powder sponge anymore for hygiene reasons but it comes originally with it. Gold dust of jim maki-e decorated the red urushi surface giving it the elegance for the user.
The Pilot Vintage Japanese Makie Cosmetics Box accessory comes complete with its original Pilot suede box which is very rare to come in this condition.
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About Pilot Pen
The Pilot Pen Corporation was founded by Ryosuke Namiki with Masao Wada in 1918 under the name of the Namiki Manufacturing Company. Pilot Fountain Pen is well known globally as the best Japanese pen manufacturer producing fine writing instruments and stationery and to some extent, jewellery.
Being the largest pen manufacturer in Japan, many Pilot Fountain Pens are produced purely for the usage of domestic market. However, some premium range of limited edition, special editions were open for international markets.
Known for its Japanese maki-e fountain pens, Pilot Fountain Pen is widely recognized as the leader in luxury Japanese lacquer pens among many other Japanese maki-e pen brands in Japan. Pilot Fountain Pens are excellent in choices of nibs and the quality of rollerballs and ball pens.
On special occasions, like Pilot’s anniversary, Limited Edition Pens and Special Edition maki-e Pilot Anniversary Pens were produced to mark the milestone of the company’s journey. These are the highest in quality and usually made to pay homage to Japanese unique culture and heritage.