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Dazzled by the resplendent allure of a Japanese ED (with the concept of a shut-off valve mechanism), the lust for an urushi lacquered pen vis-a-vis plain ebonite ones (seemingly susceptible to lose shine and colour over time) did keep growing on me for some time, before I took this plunge! I have come to know of an unfortunate experience with a Sailor KOP in Ebonite and have felt that without urushi, ebonite just fails to complete itself. These glamorous reviews from shuuemura and rubyeyespenlover should be banned and blamed altogether for pen-monetary crises, which I kept visiting again &
Just realised I should have put all these ink shots in one post- sorry about that! Anyway, here is a quick shot of Pen & Message Sanyasu copper? sheen... And a close up of the swaps; Here is a quick shot of the wicked illuminous green sheen you get with Syuurushi or Red Urushi from Pen & Message. Paper here is again Hobonichi TR paper; Here it is on Original Crown Mill white mini note cards, looks completely different, a deep red (actually more like an urushi red colour than the TR sample), with the same green sheen. This looks a bit like the new Bungubox Ink o