The Line - Fuji. Designed by Antoine Daniel.
For mountain lovers
The world's highest summits have inspired dreams since time began. These colossal moutains - true marvels of nature - have witnessed the history of our planet. They are symbols of its strength, but also its fragility. Great explorers are captivated by the prospect of climbing them. Galvanized by their imaginations, explorers seeking thrills flirt with danger to achieve the impossible: reaching the summit.
Although the risk of eruption is currently considered low, Mount Fuji is an active stratovolcano that last erupted in 1707. Granted World Heritage status by UNESCO as a ‘sacred place and source of artistic inspiration’, it has been the main theme of numerous works over the centuries, especially by Japanese print master Hokusai, with his Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. A major destination for pilgrimages, Mount Fuji has been a sacred mountain since the 7th century. With a relatively easy ascent, taking between three and eight hours, some courageous climbers even tackle it at night for the privilege of watching a remarkable sunrise.
Made in France
The Line of Fuji is 50cm long. It is cut in a 1.5mm thick sheet of steel and then finished in black.
It is wrapped up in a nice cardboard box, including 3 black nails and a sticker to name the summit!
Dimensions : 50 cm
Material : Steel