The Bush Clover, Hagi in Japanese, has been one of the seven favourite autumn flowers since ancient times. It grows naturally in the mountains and today adorns the most beautiful Asian gardens, such as Mukôjima Hyakkaen in Tokyo, where no less than ten species can be admired. Hagi is a source of inspiration in literature, appreciated for its gentle, wild and unpretentious beauty. The gleaming Hagi is delicately painted in Maki-e silver, created by the artists of the KOKKOKAI group. It is accompanied by beautiful traditional fans and the image of Mount Fuji adorns the 18-karat gold nib. This is a limited edition of 300 pieces.