Art panel (Saikimon / gold, orange and green)

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

Art panel (Saikimon / gold, orange and green)

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Size (cm) : H62×W47×D2.6

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Product Name : Art panel (Saikimon / gold, orange and green)
Product type : Art Panels
Size (cm) : H62×W47×D2.6
Related Tags : InteriorPattern_Saikei Mon
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

Art Panel" is a product for people to enjoy the high quality space created by Tatsumura Art Orimono's textile products. They are useful items for creating comfortable spaces in hotel lobbies and guest rooms, office reception rooms, and the living rooms of private residences.

Tatsumura Bijutsu Orimono's textile products include1Tsutsumi1Each textile has its own story to tell. The "art panels" that decorate your space with these "textiles with stories" create a high quality atmosphere in your space. Please enjoy them as one-of-a-kind decorative items that can weave your own original story.

Art Panels" are made to order. For examples of production in other patterns and sizes, please contact us at Digital Catalog(Please contact us for a quotation.) (Please contact us for a quotation.)

This product will be manufactured after the order is confirmed. It takes about 60 days from production to shipping. Also, due to the nature of the product, we ask that you refrain from canceling your order after it has been confirmed. We appreciate your understanding.

Please note that we are unable to provide wrapping services such as noshi hanging or wrapping for this product. Please understand this beforehand.

Pattern Description

Sai-ki-mon (Design of Field Crops and Flowers)

This is an elegant and fluid design depicting mastered seed, wheat, convolvulus. In 1906, Heizo Tatstumura 1st (1876~1962, AD) invented new technique to weave this fabric trying to show a poetical inspiration.