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Taccia Hyakko-Hisho pens Hakumei and Hoshikage LEs


jandrese

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Here are two limited edition Taccia pens from the Hyakko-Hisho lineup. The Hyakko-Hisho is a compendium of craft techniques from the Edo period including lacquer styles. Taccia has been pulling from that for the past two or three years. Pictured first is the Hakumei or twilight from last year, which is primarily green. Second, is this year's Hakumei or starlight/star shine, which is primarily blue. Both make nice use of blended urushi colors and raden. I thought they made a nice pair.

 

51742798550_e3ebf4b54f_k.jpgUntitled-1 with logo by Ja Ja, on Flickr

 

51741087227_75d2e1b03c_k.jpgUntitled-1 yes logo by Ja Ja, on Flickr

 

51741910756_45da8aa24d_k.jpgtogether with logo by Ja Ja, on Flickr

 

51741909476_1493982b22_k.jpgcaps together with logo by Ja Ja, on Flickr

 

51742798315_ad7462668f_k.jpgtails together with logo by Ja Ja, on Flickr

 

 

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