Rosary Container (L) (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)

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

Rosary Container (L) (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)

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

Rosary Container (L) (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)

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

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Rosary Container (L) (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)

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Size (cm) : W17.0×H11.0

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Product : Rosary Container (L) (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)
Type : 数珠入
Size (cm) : W17.0×H11.0
Tags : Wrapping availableFamous fabricJapanese AccessoriesPearl caseEnshu Cloisonne
Other : The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process. Please understand this in advance.
Other : Gift wrapping service available

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Description

A pouch of brocade with ancient design, holded into half to contain.

Patterns

The "Enshū" Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern

After the great tea-masters such as Riky ū, Oribe and Sekishū, Enshū Kobori (1577-1645) has become a distinguished expert of the tea ceremony in Japan.He contributed a great deal in designing the gardens of "Katsura" and "Shūgaku-in" and other famous gardens. Apart from garden construction, he ordered from China various works of art and craft using the cut patterns he designed himself and thus left a valuable cultural inheritance to posterity. The "Seven Treasures" pattern called the "Enshū" pattern is one of these works and is a good proof of his order to China. The desi gn with somewhat rectangular forms enclosing a round "Shippō" pattern and flowers such as a chrysanthemum, a camelia and a peony has become most famous. Today there are some cases where this pattern is used without conscious awareness and in this way shows its great influence.