Montegrappa, in collaboration with Zohiko join to create the Kitcho collection in the name of good fortune. This line brings a menagerie of talismanic creatures to life using the mystical, delicate art of Maki-e.
Founded in Kyoto in 1661, Zohiko is Japan’s leading exponent of luxury lacquerware.
Each Kitcho piece is handcrafted by master-artisans in Kyoto and Bassano del Grappa, using the Urushi lacquer brushwork and Maki-e applied to acrylic barrel.
In the 18 carat nib appears a triangular, suehiro shape of an open folding fan implies growing success.