Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri
Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri

Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Fountain Pen Aotamenuri

€327.87

Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Aotamenuri is a wooden fountain pen lacquered with the Chinese dry technique Fuzhou Urushi. It features a flat shape and comes with a JoWo #6 steel nib.

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Brand Wancher
Series Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi
Color Black
Edition Regular
Body Material Wood
Nib Material Steel
Nib Type Hard
Filling Mechanism Standard Cartridge/Converter
Converter Included Yes
Cap Type Screw-Cap
Trim Gold
Length (closed) 140 mm
Length (body) 128 mm
Length (cap) 65 mm
Diameter (grip) 13 mm
Weight (overall) 22 g

Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi Aotamenuri is a wooden fountain pen lacquered with the Chinese dry technique Fuzhou Urushi. It features a flat shape with a minimal Japanese design and comes with a JoWo #6 steel nib. 

Each pen comes with a wooden box where you will find a Japanese Kimono pen wrap, a converter to use bottled ink and some standard cartridges.

Do you prefer this pen with a 18 KT gold nib? Click here and add a replacement gold nib to your cart, it can be easily screwed in your fountain pen and we can help you with instructions if you need.

Do you want to know more about Wancher Sekai Fuzhou Urushi?

Sekai Fuzhou Urushi fountain pen is handcrafted with dry lacquer technique by skillful artisans from Fuzhou and it owns all the characteristics that dry lacquer is well-known for: durable, light in weight, and rich in color.

Known as one of the three most famous handicrafts in China, along with porcelain from Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, and cloisonne from Beijing, dry lacquer from Fuzhou is a treasure of Chinese traditional arts.

The technique is said to be invented by artist Shin Shoan (沈紹安) during the Qianlong era (1736-1795). This is then passed down to several generations and became the pinnacle of Chinese Urushi lacquer these days.

Different from the glossy finish usually seen with other Urushi techniques, dry lacquer creates a unique finish that has a rich and strong texture resembling a semi-matt surface. This is the result of a very distinctive making process of dry lacquer.

The dry lacquer leaves the pen with a marvelous decoration and also works as a strong protective layer that helps your fountain pen last for a lifetime. When time passes by, the Urushi finish will become brighter and glossier. You will be enjoying the beautiful aging process of this artwork for many more years to come.