Pelikan Maki-e Renjishi

Fountain pen

Pelikan Maki-e Renjishi Fountain pen
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ManufacturersPelikan
SeriesMaki-e Renjishi
ModelFountain pen
MaterialLacquer
TrimMetal gold plated
Nib18 Kt. two tones gold
Filling SystemPiston
Pieces Produced88
Year2009
List Price8.200,00 €
Tax Free Price6.721,00 €
Approximately USD$ 7.362,00
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"Renjishi Kabuki is a traditional Japanese form of theatre. Its origin is said to be from a series of performances by Izumono Okuni in Kitano Tenmangu in 1603 (the beginning of the Edo era). These performances became very popular in Kyoto, and for the last four hundred years have been established as a point of Japanese pride for traditional art. More recently, Kabuki has become popular abroad as well. The tale of Renjishi was written by Mokuami Kawatake based upon the moral story in which a parent pushes his children down into the bottomless valley with the intention of raising only those who are able to run back up from the valley. This story is regarded as the representative piece of Kabuki dancing, and truly touches the audience’s heart as it is performed by a real parent and son. The climax of this performance is painted on the Pelikan fountain pen “Renjishi”, where the white-haired parent and the red-haired child dance together wildly as a perfect match. Maki-e is a traditional Japanese technique to crea"