The Yukari Collection vividly expresses the nature of the four seasons, which the Japanese have been familiar with since ancient times, by combining designs with various techniques such as Togidashi-Taka Maki-e (Burnished-Raised Maki-e) and Raden (Mother-of-Pearl). While being a size that can be carried and used every day, it harbors Japanese beauty down to the finest detail.
The crane is an often-used motif in Japanese culture with many associated meanings, most frequently and obviously that of longevity. They are closely linked with the spirits of the recently departed and appear in many traditional family crests.
This piece, as part of The Pleasure of Writing's Private Select collection, was acquired from a private collection from which we are excited and honored to offer a number of exquisite, unique, and sometimes historic writing instruments. They are meticulously inspected, cleaned, and graded by state of use to ensure your writing instrument is of the utmost quality and performance.
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