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Wancher 1xOnexWan Puchico Fountain Pen

$25.00
Wancher 1xOnexWan Puchico 1xOnexWan is Wancher's new sub brand of more affordable fountain pens The Puchico is the first fountain pen of the 1xOnexWan sub brand, it is a mini fountain pen that is most suitable to children or people with smaller hands

Wancher Dream Pen Aizu Urushi Kikkou-Nuri Akatamenuri

$600.00
Wancher Dream Pen Aizu Urushi Kikkou-Nuri Akatamenuri Kikkou-Nuri is a technique named after the 亀甲 (Kikkou) meaning Turtle Shell, is a process of carving the pen and then coating in layers of urushi. Creating a smooth and polished pen with small indents through out. Note* Urushi Fountain Pens are handcrafted with no 2 pens looking alike

Wancher Dream Pen Aizu Urushi Kikkou-Nuri Midoritamenuri

$600.00
Wancher Dream Pen Aizu Urushi Kikkou-Nuri Midoritamenuri Kikkou-Nuri is a technique named after the 亀甲 (Kikkou) meaning Turtle Shell, is a process of carving the pen and then coating in layers of urushi. Creating a smooth and polished pen with small indents through out. Note* Urushi Fountain Pens are handcrafted with no 2 pens looking alike

Wancher Kaleido Kaiha (Deep Blue)

$100.00
Wancher Kaleido Fountain Pen Kaiha (Deep Blue) The Kaleido's 12 sided shape leads to a bigger barrel, as such the section has a longer thread to ensure a smooth transition between barrel & section. This does cause an increase in the number of turns in order to unscrew the cap, this makes a more air tight cap helping to prevent thed nib from drying out.

Wancher Kaleido Wazakura (Japanese Cherry Blossoms)

$100.00
Wancher Kaleido Fountain Pen Wazakura (Japanese Cherry Blossoms) The Kaleido's 12 sided shape leads to a bigger barrel, as such the section has a longer thread to ensure a smooth transition between barrel & section. This does cause an increase in the number of turns in order to unscrew the cap, this makes a more air tight cap helping to prevent thed nib from drying out.

Wancher Sekai Saihi Urushi Ao-age Raden

$400.00
Wancher Sekai Fountain Pen Saihi Urushi Ao-age Raden Saihi Urushi Flourished in Huizhou, China during the Song Dynasty, and was considered a Royal Art and only a few common citizens could lay their hands on. Saihi Urushi techinique was heavily gaurded and kept secret by Huizhou Artisans to the point it was rarely practiced during the 20th century. Saihi Urushi is not only a painstaking process but also requires a very distinctive material, Raw Natural Urushi which has a very distinct color, bold texture, & semi-matte finish that over time and with use will become brighter and glossier. Note* Making the Saihi Urushi requires many handcrafted steps, the final step of polishing is very moderate in order to maintain the pattern as such a few steps of the process can still be seen on the pen's surface. These are not defects but a part of the handcrafted charm.