Vintage Japanese silk kimono fabric BittaLime@etsy

Vintage Japanese silk kimono fabric plum blossom burnt orange on black Oriental pattern

Kirikane decorated balls by National Living Treasure of Japan as a Kirikane artist, Sayoko ERI (1945~2007) まり香盒 人間国宝・江里佐代子 (A kirikane is a decorative technique used for Buddhist statues and paintings, using gold leaf, silver leaf, platinum leaf cut into lines, diamonds and triangles.)

Kirikane decorated balls by National Living Treasure of Japan as a Kirikane artist, Sayoko ERI (1945~2007) まり香盒 人間国宝・江里佐代子 (A kirikane is a decorative technique used for Buddhist statues and paintings, using gold leaf, silver leaf, platinum leaf cut into lines, diamonds and triangles.)

TEMARI BALLS were first childrens toys, now given as a token of respect and/or gift

TEMARI BALLS were first childrens toys, now given as a token of respect and/or gift

Japanese Katazome Paper (yellow)  This paper is decorated with a precise and quite laborious process, which is a combination of stenciling and resist dyeing.

Japanese Katazome Paper (yellow) This paper is decorated with a precise and quite laborious process, which is a combination of stenciling and resist dyeing.

Natsume Tea Caddy by Akihide, Autumn Flowers by Bamboo Fence; Meiji period; 19th century. Maki-e sprinkled gold and gold foil on black lacquer ground; H: 6.8 cm

Natsume Tea Caddy by Akihide, Autumn Flowers by Bamboo Fence; Meiji period; 19th century. Maki-e sprinkled gold and gold foil on black lacquer ground; H: 6.8 cm

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