Tortoise Shell

WT15H

450,000yen

※ If you receive the product in Japan you will need sales tax.
Because natural materials are used, color and texture may differ from photos.

Material :WT
Cap :Black Water Buffalo Horn
Barrel :Black Water Buffalo Horn
 & Tortoise Shell
Section :Black Ebonite
   
Grade :15
Body :Big Size
Nib's :Big 14K Solid Yellow Gold 
Type :H
Body form :Desk type (Long)
Characteristic :Rolling prevention (cap & barrel)
Material of metal fittings :14K Solid yellow gold
Cap top ring :Cap top ring hammer finish
Clip / Rolling prevention :Mini Scroll design mirror finish
Barrel rolling prevention :Pyramid design hammer finish
Section ring :Section ring hammer finish

 

 

Description of the material

Tortoiseshell (rare),Okinawa,Released in 1990,Tortoises taken from Hawksbill sea turtle have a distinctive color pattern and beautiful touch, moist and soft, glossy.It is a fusion material of high-tech and craftsmanship wrapping the tortoise with steam just above the white ceramic rod.It is Japan that has plenty of stockpile inventory.It is opposite to kill animals that are decreasing.However, I think that what is stockpiled is mission to change to ultimate beauty.

●Warning regarding ivories and hawksbill turtle shells

Japan is a member State of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and is implementing this convention based on the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law. CITES is not a treaty to control internal trade and as such, it is often permitted in Japan to sell and buy the products subject to CITES under the Japanese law.  The Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law is also applicable to foreigners who visit Japan and return back to their home countries with souvenirs bought during their stay in Japan. Bringing back to their countries (export) is not permitted in principle. Even though visitors manage to bring back these items to their countries, these items may be subject to the regulations of the countries, thus leading to the confiscation of the items. We claim no responsibility for such confiscation that may occur on your return to your home country.