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Craft - YAKIHAKU Rollerball Pen

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    YAKIHAKU Rollerball Pen - extraordinary craftsmanship "Flat foil"

    ystudio collaborates with Rakugei, a traditional foil art workshop in Japan, to create another unique piece. (2020)

    Two editions are presented in this crafts series: “Heritage” edition and “Reborn” edition. Ancient Unryūhaku - discovered in a Japanese city called Kanazawa by the founder of Rakugei and grandfather of Kohei Murata before the Second World War – is used for “Heritage” edition. Since the original technique used in ancient Unryūhaku has scarcely documented, Murata family has been devoted to reviving this mysterious silver foil since the post-war period. Around half a century ago, they successfully created their version of Unryūhaku which is used in the “Reborn” edition of ystudio’s Unryūhaku pen.
     

    Each edition has its unique beauty: “Heritage” edition is more dark-toned, intensifying the glittering vein-like pattern of aged foil while the one used in “Reborn” edition reveals a subtle pale gold luster as if joyfully celebrating the revitalizing of tradition .

     

    ARTIST:

    Mr. Kohei Murata, the owner of Rakugei and the third generation successor of his family-owned foil technique, started to learn the "Flat foil" technique form his father while studying in university. Since then, Mr. Murata had won many awards in traditional craftsmanship.

     

    SPECS:

    Material:Brass
    Specs:9.7 X 11 X 130 mm
    Refill:Standard rollerball pen refill (one SCHMIDT Safety Ceramic Roller 5888 F included.)

     

    REMARK: THIS PEN is NOT available for Engraving Service.