400 numbered pieces worldwide
Gray Ebonite featuring Naginata Togi nibs!
Remember the “Green Echo” last year the “Red Flame” in 2021 and Blue Wave in 2020? Sailor is introducing the next model to this series.
This new Naginata Togi Ebonite design by Sailor is inspired by a well-known Japanese landscape artist: Kawase Hasui. Hasui’s woodblock print “Snow in Mukojima” shows an early winter scene with layers of freshly fallen snow. Like this famous work, Naginata Togi Ebonite Sekkei captures a snowy evening with expressive layers of colored ebonite. A bi-color golden nib, gold clip, small gold band, and Sailor anchor logo on the finial reflect the glowing yellows in “Snow in Mukojima” on this King of Pen fountain pen and add just a bit of warmth to this chilly scene.
Naginata Togi Ebonite Sekkei is an exceptional limited-edition release containing only 400 numbered pieces worldwide. Availability will be early February 2023 and will be very limited.
Color: Unique combination of snowy white, gray, and dark gray layers of ebonite
Material: Ebonite, with gold-plated accents
Nib: 21K KOP size Bicolor gold nib
Available in 3 nib sizes: 10-1810-328 (MF), 428 (M), 628 (B)
Sailor has made a new design for their nibs. The pens that are produced from January 2022 onwards will have the new-design nib. The difference between the old nib and the new nib:
- The new nib does not have '1911' engraved on it
- The new design of the anchor
- New design of the "SAILOR" engraving below the anchor
- The 'H' letter (abbreviation of 'Hard') is removed from the nib size indicator on the left side of the new nib
Depending on the availability of our stock, you may receive the old Sailor nib design or the new Sailor nib.
|Cap can post
|Packaging includes a 50 ml bottle of Sailor black ink
|6" L x 0.7" D
|Cartridge or Converter
|Refills & Inks
|Sailor King of Pens
|KOP size 21K Bi-Color Naginata Togi nib designed with a larger tip that provides broader stroke on horizontal lines and finer stroke on vertical line
|Sailor Writing Instrument is warranted against original factory defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the original date of purchase from the original and Sailor Authorised retailer/vendor where the instrument was obtained