For Japanese pen collectors, there is the Art Pens of Japan Calendar 2018
From the earliest appearance of fountain pens in Japan, Japanese artists have applied their unique decorating styles to these new writing instruments. Four styles are represented on the pens in this calendar: engraved silver and gold fill, including use of an acid treatment to give silver a matte finish, kamakura-bori, a decorative technique done by carving patterns in wood or lacquer revealing layers of color and then polishing to finish, raden, a maki-e technique using shell inlay on the urushi coated lacquer surface, and kawari-nuri, literally “free pattern,” a decorative technique where the artist is free to produce any abstract pattern in the urushi lacquer, which is then over coated in clear urushi. The pens date from the 1910s to 1950s, giving a brief overview of how decorative techniques changed over time as well as the pen designs themselves.
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