Wallet with Flapper Button (Kacho Baika-Mon Nishiki)

The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process.

Wallet with Flapper Button (Kacho Baika-Mon Nishiki)

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This purse is covered with Tatsumura Saki, a fabric with a soft silk texture that you can enjoy every time you use it. Because you will use it every day for a long time, you will want to choose a product that you are particular about. There are many colors, patterns, and shapes to choose from, so be sure to find a design that suits your taste.

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Size (cm) : W11.0 x H10.0

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Product Name : Wallet with Flapper Button (Kacho Baika-Mon Nishiki)
Product type : Wallets
Size (cm) : W11.0 x H10.0
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Remark : Please note that the pattern may be different from the picture shown due to the cutting process. Please be forewarned.
Other : Gift wrapping service available

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Product Description

A wallet of brocade with leather lining and clasp.

Pattern Description

Kacho Baika-mon Nishiki(Brocade with Flowers and Birds Design)

In this example six-petalled flowers are arranged beautifully with the intervening spaces filled with pendants and small birds. The design suggests the song of the birds harmoniously mingled with the musical sound produced by the pendants in the breeze. The sentiment expressed by the design of this brocade, as well as by the form and the color of the design, re veals the characteristics of the T’ang Dynasty when the original was made. The structure of this brocade is that type which already existed in the Han Dynasty and in which the ground as well as the pattern was wrought with the warp. The weave combines elegance with durability and beauty with practical use. There are preserved in the Shosoin Repository many other specimens of this same pattern but differing in the color scheme. From this fact we may know that this type of brocade reflected the taste of the people of that time and that it was widely used.