• Hasami Pen Rest Ruri
  • Hasami Pen Rest Ruri
  • Hasami Pen Rest Ruri
  • Hasami Pen Rest Ruri

Hasami Pen Rest Ruri

Kakimori

Regular price € 29,24
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Description

Kakimori’s Hasami Pen Rest Karayaki celebrates the unique textures and glazes of Hasami porcelain. Its organic shape is inspired by the form of droplets, perfectly balancing your go to writing tool. Once moulded, the pen rests are fired without glazing, allowing the smooth, silky texture of raw porcelain...

Kakimori’s Hasami Pen Rest Karayaki celebrates the unique textures and glazes of Hasami porcelain. Its organic shape is inspired by the form of droplets, perfectly balancing your go to writing tool. Once moulded, the pen rests are fired without glazing, allowing the smooth, silky texture of raw porcelain to be enjoyed. The clay’s natural composition gives unique surface variations to each piece. This variant of deep, cobalt blue glaze with a red undertone is unique to their kiln Koushun-gama. The smooth, glossy finish pairs perfectly with their ink bottles.

At Misc Store we also carry the Hasami Pen Rest in Karayaki and Yuteki, as well as their full range of Kakimori's Pigment Ink colors, dip pens and colour liner kits.

Details

Measures xx x xx x xx cm
Made from Hassami porcelain
Made in Japan
Packaged in Kakimori signature grey cardboard box

Use and care

Due to the nature of the material and treatment, grain and colour will vary between pieces.
If marked with ink, wipe clean with a soft cloth.

Kakimori x Misc Store Amsterdam

Kakimori's notebooks, inks, pens and letter papers are made through craftsmanship and imbued with the hope of treasured, long-lasting ownership — brought to life within your own space and time.

Their home is one of Tokyo’s old shitamachi (downtown) neighbourhoods. Craftsmanship remains well and truly alive, with small manufacturing workshops and factories lining the streets. Work and daily life exist in close proximity and there is a strong sense of community. By taking the design, production and retail of products into their own hands, Kakimori aims to reconnect with local manufacturing, revitalise declining crafts and artisans, and restore circularity for the next generation.

At Misc-store Amsterdam we are proud to be stocking selected items from Kakimori's carefully crafted range of writing tools — to celebrate the joy of writing.

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About Kakimori

Kakimori

At Misc Store Amsterdam we are proud to be stocking carefully selected items from Kakimori's exquisitely crafted range of writing tools — to celebrate the joy of writing.

Kakimori's notebooks, inks, pens and letter papers are made through craftsmanship and imbued with the hope of treasured, long-lasting ownership — brought to life within your own space and time.

Their home is one of Tokyo’s old shitamachi (downtown) neighbourhoods. Craftsmanship remains well and truly alive, with small manufacturing workshops and factories lining the streets. Work and daily life exist in close proximity and there is a strong sense of community. By taking the design, production and retail of products into their own hands, Kakimori aims to reconnect with local manufacturing, revitalise declining crafts and artisans, and restore circularity for the next generation.