Collection: Granada's Hare

Islamic decorative arts flourished and reached the height in the Nasr Dynasty (1232-1492), being represented by the Alhambra in Granada, south Spain. Adopted from the design of a textile woven during that period, this piece is composed of geometric and symmetrical patterns with a pair of hares as a motif. It is executed as a warp-patterned brocade with an exotic Islamic atmosphere.

Vase Mat (S) (granada-no-usagi)
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Ko-bukusa Cloth (Tea-things) (granada-no-usagi)
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Half Moon Pouch (granada-no-usagi)
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¥6,600 (Tax included.)
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Rosary Container (L) (granada-no-usagi)
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¥11,000 (Tax included.)
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Rosary Container (L) (granada-no-usagi)
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¥11,000 (Tax included.)
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Table Runner (granada-no-usagi)
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¥8,250 (Tax included.)
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