The Kanaka Maoli, warriors and fishermen, aborigine of these lands where the rhythm of life is in perfect harmony with the body and the mind, where everything follows the harmonious movement of the ocean waves, the Hula dance accompanied with traditional music, the gestures of martial arts and the ancient art of the Lomi massages. Their language, which today does not have any official acknowledgment, resembles in some way that of the Tahitians or the Maori from New Zealand.
Kanaka Maoli- People in spiritual harmony where all is connected to nature by means of respecting the mother Earth, the father Ocean, and the rest of humanity.
The collection comprises the (1K) version limited to 1898 fountain pens with the filling system accomplished by cartridge or converter and with the characterizing elements in special bronze alloy Rhodium plated. Also available are 1898 ballpoint pens with twist mechanism and same characteristics as the 1k version.
The body and cap are turned by hand from solid bars of a new and special resin created to include the most widespread colors in this splendid archipelago.
In the top of the cap an engraved medal is offered portraying the famous icon of these marvelous islands, the turtle. Also placed in the cap a ring portraying the well known Hawaiian flower lei and a clip depicting an old Kanaka warrior’s mask. The extremity of the pen body is in metal and is shaped as the Hawaiian Tribal drums. All these characterizing elements are created using the traditional handcraft technique known as “lost-wax” casting process.
This version the filling system is by threaded converter or cartridge.
The 18 carat solid gold nib is specially designed, It is decorated with a representation of a Leiomano, a shark tooth weapon. The Delta Indigenous People Kanaka Maoli Hawaii Limited Edition Fountain Pen MSRP is $1095