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Monday, November 18, 2013

Namiki Yukari Matsuba (Pine Needle) Maki-e Fountain Pen

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Namiki launched three unsigned maki-e fountain pen this month. The maki-e fountain pen posted here is called Matsuba, which translated as Pine Needle.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Event - Pilot Vanishing Point 50th Anniversary

Fook Hing Trading launched a mini project to celebrate the Pilot Vanishing Point 50th Anniversary.

They will show case the different periods of Pilot Capless, including the first Pilot Capless pen that was launched in 1963 and a few Japan domestic model.

The fountain pens will be on display at Fook Hing Trading Pilot-Namiki display counter from Nov 15 - 22 2013.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see witness how the Pilot Capless pen design has changed, and the effort Pilot engineer has put in to perfect the Pilot Vanishing Point pens over the years.

Friday, November 8, 2013

Pilot Vanishing Point 50th Anniversary Limited Edition

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Pilot Capless fountain pen is half a century old this year. To commemorate this half century old innovative pen design, Pilot launched a maple wood Capless (Vanishing Point) Limited Edition.

Previously, Pilot will made the limited edition pens according the year it were launched. This year, they are only making 900 pieces of 50th Anniversary Capless limited edition.

It is available locally now.
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The Pilot Vanishing Point (Capless) 50th anniversary limited edition pen comes with a very beautiful case and a ink cartridges carry box made from the maple wood.

Fook Hing Trading in collaboration with local Capless (Vanishing Point) collectors and fan will show case the first Pilot Capless pen to the current maple wood Capless for a limited period starting next Tuesday (Nov 15, 2013).

Monday, November 4, 2013

Art Gladius Excalibur Sword Letter Opener

I found this Art Gladus letter opener at the MBS museum retail shop at B2. There is a reasonable range of sword openers, from fantasy, oriental, combat to history swords openers.