Lot 576 of 594:
LOIMINCHAY Porcelain FuSHOU Sterling Silver Ltd Fountain Pen  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$4,800
$4,000 - $6,000

LOIMINCHAY: FuShou Porcelain du Chine Sterling Silver Limited Edition Fountain Pen


United States



Loiminchay's FuShou fountain pens are crafted of handmade, multi-fired premium Chinese porcelain over sterling silver, hand-painted with floral motifs of superlative quality, with 24K gold leaf paintings on the cap of two bats symbolic of good fortune. Loiminchay's founder, Patrick Chu, stated that his goal in creating these pens was to achieve an effect of fluid rhythm and perfect balance of form. 171mm. Medium 18K two-tone gold nib engraved with dragon motif. Outer box, blue leather and woven bamboo display box with recessed compartment for pen, blue leather pen case, brocaded silk pen sleeve, certificate. Limited Edition: 5/88. Excellent condition, some patina to silver.

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