Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane
Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane

Sailor Pro Gear Slim Shikiori Japanese Fairy Tale Fountain Pen Grateful Crane

$ 180.00
Unit price per

One of two colors in Sailor's limited edition Japanese Fairytale series, the Grateful Crane fountain pen features a baby blue resin coat with a subtle silver shimmer. Inspired by the Japanese folk tale "The Crane Wife", where a wife turns into a crane  Packed with Sailor's signature 14k solid gold medium-fine nib.

There's a reason why Sailor's Pro Gear Slim fountain pens are known as "the Sapporo" of writing instruments among discerning stationery circles. Made exclusively in Japan, this classic fountain pen lends an air of authority to every signature, while its lightweight feel, smooth inkflow, and gentle feedback makes writing a tacticle pleasure.

Features:

  • 14K solid gold nib
  • Signature medium-fine nib
  • Official Sailor cartridge
  • Piston converter
  • Standard Sailor gift box
  • Measures: 4⅞" capped, 5⅝" posted, 4⅜" barrel

The Sailor Pen Company was founded by the engineer Kyugoro Sakata, after a sailor friend gifted him a fountain pen from England. Fascinated by the instrument, he became determined to produce the first fountain pens in Japan. Mr. Sakata named his company “Sailor” with the hopes that his business would be as far-reaching as the voyages of a sailor. Years later, every Sailor pen is still manufactured in its home port of Hiroshima, and remains one of the oldest manufacturers in the industry.