Magnet Holder (6 pieces)
Magnet Holder (6 pieces)
Magnet Holder (6 pieces)
Magnet Holder (6 pieces)
Magnet Holder (6 pieces)
Magnet Holder (6 pieces)
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Magnet Holder (6 pieces)

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Stationery goods are a part of our daily lives. We want to have elegant and fashionable items because we use them in a short time. At TATSUMURA ART TEXTILE, we have prepared a variety of goods to accompany you in your daily life.

Size (cm) : W5.3×H8.0

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Product Name : Magnet Holder (6 pieces)
Product type : Stationery
Size (cm) : W5.3×H8.0
Related Tags : Giftsstationery6-Piece Magnet SetSmall SetOverseas Souvenirs
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Product Description

TATSUMURA’s obi-sash designs are printed on magnet holder, smoothly coated & shiny.

Pattern Description

A total of six patterns are available at
1 Golden Chintz: Chintz, which came from the south, has been prized since ancient times. The pattern of "gold chintz" was especially appreciated. A large Karafana flower is woven gorgeously using gold and silver threads and colored threads.

The design is based on the ground paper of the Thirty-six Anthologies of Poets. The splendidly dyed colored threads express the beauty of the dynasty.

3Kin Chintz Joy pattern: Krishna, the Indian god, is a master flute player. A scene of flowers blooming and birds dancing to the beautiful sound. The splendid taste of gold chintz is expressed on the brocade.

4Koetsu Yume Butterflies Nishiki: A butterfly pattern found in the mica prints of Hon'ami Koetsu.

5Nagetsuzakura: The cherry blossoms in mother-of-pearl inlay on the vermilion bowl of Meigetsuan in Kamakura are a modern form. I have woven this sentiment into the brocade.

6Danish Dolls: Denmark is a country that spends its long winters embroidering. People are waiting for the end of winter and spring. This doll represents the world of fairy tales in which a queen rides a horse through a flower garden.