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Holiday Gift Guide Tuesday Round-up : Swoonworthy Pens & Timeless Serizawa Desktop Calendars

Holiday Gift Guide - Ballpoint Pens numberedSwoon-worthy Ballpoint Pen Collection that will inspire you to write in style

1. Midori Brass Bullet Ballpoint Pen This unique ballpoint pen from Midori is made from brass, and is a Japanese reinterpretation of a classic American writing instrument. Each pen has black ink inside a wooden casing and features a solid metal clip and top loop for a key chain or lanyard. This compact ballpoint pen is a great way to write on the go! Brass body will develop a characteristic vintage look over time.
2. Kaweco Liliput Ballpoint Pen It’s super-compact at just 98mm long and 9mm in diameter. Smooth satin brass finish will develop a unique patina over time. Push-button retract.

3- 5. Wooden Pen Move Unique handmade pen in elegant design, made of fine zebrano wooden or walnut wood 
Matt chrome tip and a parker-type refill.

6-7. e+m Propelling pen King A handmade pen made with fine leather rings creating a sensitive tough. Available in solid brass, combined with cognac-brown leather rings. Or, nickel plated in combination with mocca-brown leather rings. This pen has a high quality twist mechanism in the cap.

8. e+m Wooden Pen Bow
Technical accuracy meets a perfectly designed shape.
This unique handmade ballpoint pen available in a beautiful material combination of brass and light oak or nickel-plated with dark oak. Twist mechanism in the cap

Holiday Gift Guide - 2015 SERIZAWA CALENDAR

Enjoy a piece of classic Japanese design every day.

2015 Serizawa Desktop Calendar

Keisuke Serizawa was a Japanese textile designer. He began producing his famous calendars in 1946 during the occupation of Japan. These calendars quickly gained popularity amongst U.S. Officers and their wives to send back home as gifts. In 1956, Serizawa was designated a Living National Treasure for his katazome stencil dyeing technique by the Japanese government. He continued to create new calendars each year until he passed away in 1985. Today his family continues to produce calendars with his existing patterns. Enjoy a piece of classic Japanese design every day.

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