PLATINUM
PLATINUM History
 
1919 Syunchi Nakata started writing instruments manufacturing.
1924 Company is named as Nakaya Seisakusho.
Company name is changed to Platinum Pen Company. 
1930s Started manufacturing Maki-e pens, including lacquer carving, pearl inlay and pens with           the Kanshitsu-rough volcanic-type surface. 
1948 Launched the first...
PLATINUM History
 
1919 Syunchi Nakata started writing instruments manufacturing.
1924 Company is named as Nakaya Seisakusho.
Company name is changed to Platinum Pen Company. 
1930s Started manufacturing Maki-e pens, including lacquer carving, pearl inlay and pens with           the Kanshitsu-rough volcanic-type surface. 
1948 Launched the first water-based ballpoint pen. 
1952 Improved manufacturing technology by adopting injection molding technology, first in Japan 
1957 Manufactured fountain pens that accommodated ink cartridges.
1978 Introduced the model 3776 fountain pen.
"3776" model is named after the height of Mount Fuji, which is 3776 meters tall.
1981 The New York Modern Museum of Art displayed Platinum's Z pen.
1993 Produced the Pearl of Princess pen, in honour of the Imperial Wedding in Japan 
1994 Established manufacturing plant in Shanghai, China and started
manufacturing low-end writing instruments. 
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    The Fuji Shunkei series features a lineup of new fountain pens inspired by the
    seasonal scenery of Mount Fuji.
    The breathtaking landscapes coupled with the depth of the words create a stunning
    world view. Fuji Shunkei series is to express such a view through designs of fountain pens.

    #3776 CENTURY KINSHU #13 Hiiro
    The scenery of KINSHU
    The final model of the Fuji Shunkei series is #3776 CENTURY KINSHU. The
    Japanese word KINSHU refers to an autumn scenery covered with colorful leaves like
    an image of Nishiki textile, the luxurious Japanese brocade weaved with gold and
    silver threads. Such spectacular autumn scenery blanketed in fiery fall foliage is
    expressed on KINSHU.

    Engraving on the body
    The pattern on the body depicting the fiery fall foliage is reproduced through a
    detailed facet cutting. The scarlet color (Japanese color name Hiiro) used for the
    body also resembles the color of flame, inspired by autumn leaves. The body
    applied with intricate curves expresses refraction of light, together with the gold ring.
    The expression of Mount Fuji
    A small Mount Fuji is placed at the top of the pen, expressing the peak of
    mountain in fiery colors of autumn leaves.
    The expression of the cap ring
    The cap ring is decorated with elaborate three-dimensional letters.
    Serial number engraving
    This product will be limitedly produced and each pen is engraved with a three-dimensional serial number
    Together with the past editions that gained popularity for their intricate designs
    equivalent to a craftwork realized through an elaborate cutting process, the new
    fountain pen is highly collectible. Among the total of 10 models of the Fuji Five Lakes
    and the Fuji Shunkei series, KINSHU is the first model that employs a gold color trim.
    It is also ideal for fountain pen enthusiasts and collectors for its high rarity as the final
    model of The Fuji Shunkei series.

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