Pocket Tissue Holder (irogaimon)

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

Pocket Tissue Holder (irogaimon)

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

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Pocket Tissue Holder (irogaimon)

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Various miscellaneous goods made by Tatsumura Bijutsu Orimono that give your daily life a high quality. Please enjoy items that you can easily carry with you, incorporating the beauty of textiles into your living space.

Size (cm) : W12.5 x H8.5 x D5.0

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Product Name : Pocket Tissue Holder (irogaimon)
Product type : Pocket Tissue Holder
Size (cm) : W12.5 x H8.5 x D5.0
Related Tags : OutletFranceWrapping not availableJapanese AccessoriesRespect for the agedPattern_Sairagane patternwithout a box
Remark : Please note that the pattern may be different from the picture shown due to the cutting process. Please be forewarned.

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Product Description

A paper napkin container of brocade with popular ancient design.

Pattern Description

Brocade with Colored Shell Pattern

The variation of numerous forms and shades of a shell is a mystery of creation. However, from the earliest times a "shell" pattern can rarely be seen in textile design, and this is presumably because shells are so varied and so subtle that they cannot be easily shaped into a design. Nevertheless, shell ornaments and shell-like froms were frequently used in the decorative motive of the Rococo style in France in the 18th century. That style is called "genre rocaille" and is thought to be one of the most refined shell ornaments. We adopted for the brocade here its graceful shapes into a design. Most refreshing is a contrast of the round shapes of the shells represented by lines in light and dark color and the angular saw edges of the shells.