Today, we will talk about the most expensive fountain pen in Japan.
In 2011, Sailor Fountain Pens had joined jewellery brand Gimel in creating a series of diamond-studded fountain pens. The Sailor and Gimel collaboration was made with the intention of expressing the individuality of the pen holder. The release featured a total of eight fountain pens, including two fountain pens with elaborate pave setting on the entire surface, and six fountain pens with natural motif jewelry ornaments made with attention to detail in the clip part.
According to the company, the 52,500,000 JPY price was the highest priced product from a domestic manufacturer. Retailers had one in stock, with additional pens available in a made to order by hand format.
The Gimel Fountain Pen (52,500,000 JPY) uses diamond (47.841ct) and blue diamond (6.530ct.).
The Welcome to a Brilliant Forest Series series:
“Queen of the morning dew” (52,500,000 JPY) uses diamonds (4.987 ct).
“Snail” (1,260,000 JPY) uses tourmaline (2.273 ct), diamond (0.159 ct), and spinel (0.032 ct).
“Dragonfly” (1,050,000 JPY) uses diamonds (0.344 ct) and ruby (0.269 ct).
“Star Sign” (735,000 JPY) uses diamonds (0.500 ct).
“Ladybug Ruby” (577,500 JPY) uses rubies (0.271 ct) and diamonds (0.038 ct).
“Ladybug Sapphire” (577,500 JPY) uses sapphire (0.282 ct) and diamonds (0.036 ct).
“Honeybee” (472,500 JPY) uses diamonds (0.141ct).
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