August 1, 2019

New Chigiri-e Motif: Three Petite Flowers

Introducing our new Chigiri-e motif, Three Petite Flowers! It comes with a beautiful wooden frame designed specially for the motif!

 

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Corn Poppy

A delicate looking but actually a strong plant, the corn poppy is called Beauty Yu in Japan after a tragic concubine who gave everlasting love and devotion to her warlord husband. The fresh petals are expressed by the brilliant yellow of the Washi paper. 

 

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Sweet Pea

Because its petals look like a butterfly about to fly away, the sweet pea symbolizes departure and new journey. The uneven pink dyeing of the Washi is ideal to create the natural appearance of the petals.

 

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Rose

Red rose signifies love and passion. Deep red of the Washi conveys the soft, velvety feeling of the rose petals. It almost carries the delicate perfume into the air! 

 

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Frame

Real wood frame of the size of 7" x 14" finished with golden accents. Includes a pre-cut picture mat and hanger hooks to hang either in portrait or landscape orientation.

 

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Take advantage of the Buy2Get1Free promotion!*

No prom code is necessary // lesser value will be automatically deducted at checkout // cannot be combined with other offers // This promotion does not include Chigiri-e Starter Tool Set, Chigiri-e, Etegami, or Chirimen Courses 

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