New Wancher Limited Edition Mahatma 1948 Ebonite Fountain Pen
FORYOUR JOY The Mahatma -- which refers to the Gandhi..the non-violence leader ship and the end of the world war 2....
thus Wancher has made this combination of both in our new stagnant economy where we need to be patient and make a
safe community under the principles of the Gandhis Non-violence. Comes with a Handmade Real Jute material pen case
The Handmade scratchy-look-alike body
The pen is made by hands of Japanese fountain pen artitsts under a very long process. The brand new body of the pen has a scratchy-look-alike look which gives the feeling of Japanese ancient fountain pens. Besides, with the idea of a Japanese
original simple body of fountain pen as well as the ebonite material, the pen is believed to fit in hands of various users.
Nib: Medium Nib
Nib material- Iridium Nib Point
Colors: Tiger Brown, Olive green, Ebony Black
In order to be distiguished from other fountain pen companies, WANCHER, a Japan based company, focuses on the collaboration of technologies, cultures and arts of different countries in order to make beautiful pen editions.
Customers can experiences art of various countries including Japan, Italy, India, Vietnam, China, Mexico, and etc while using the best quality and innovative technology from Japan, Italy, Germany and more.
SWAN fountain pen’s edition was made through a very complex process with high-class material and manufacturing technologies. It features the German Iridium Point nib with prestigious Schmidt’s technology while the French art of Emile Gallé is decorated on the Italian Celluloid body. A special edition ever made by WANCHER Japan with Japanese high quality.
WANCHER believes the SWAN fountain pen edition’s beauty is the combination of the material, the elegant design, the bright colors, the form and the techniques used to make the pen.
Emile Gallé Art Design
The SWAN fountain pen edition was inspired from the naturalistic designs of French designer Emile Gallé (1846-1904). The primary colors as Red and Orange are used for the body of the pen. These colors became bright on the Celluloid body of the pens; which made us think of the Emile Gallé Art Glass.
First introduced in the latter half of the 19th century, Art Nouveau glass was a completely new kind of art form for its day. Emile Gallé with his own innovative ideas made him gain prestige and admires from people. Now, WANCHER has their own innovative idea which is to introduce the Emile Gallé’s design on the Celluloid body of fountain pen.