Namiki Aya Limpid Stream Fountain Pen

A luxurious maki-e fountain pen with a colourful pattern and a commitment to fine writing.

The word “AYA” in Japanese has meanings such as beautiful colour, gloss, shine and pattern.  This collection depicts abstract patterns on several themes, representing an enhancing world that captures the viewer’s imagination.

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“Seiryu”refers to a clear stream of water.  The gentle flow of a brook or river deep within nature calms and enriches the mind.

Blue dry lacquer powders are applied to expresses the pure flow of water.  In the background, crushed abalone shellfish, silver-flat-powders and silver-round-powders are used to symbolize the brilliant surface of the water.

Dry lacquer powders: Pigments are mixed with clear lacquer and applied to a glass surface several times.  After drying, they are peeled off from the glass and crushed to create an unique powder.

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