New slim-line wall hanging scroll "Slim Tapestry" has a traditional motif such as beautiful flower, birds, and scenery are hand-dyeing brilliantly on a 10 x 170 cm-long of Ramie-Linen.
Various elements and colors on the tapestries have an great impact to the atmosphere in your place. You can change the decoration every season with a single tapestry to enjoy your eyes and appropriate to the season. It would also be gorgeous to combine and decorate some tapestry side-by-side.
No. 1) [MAIKO] €73,80 Sold out/Ausverkauft
No. 2) [KABUKI] €63,80 Sold out/Ausverkauft
No. 3) [RISING DRAGON] €63,80
No. 4) [MAGNOLIA] €63,80
No. 5) [TATSUTAGAWA-MOMIJI] Sold out/Ausverkauft
No. 6) [SATOZAKURA] €73,80
No. 7) [Rabbit's Treasure Bag] €73,80 Sold out/Ausverkauft
No. 8) [PAGOODA] €73,80 Sold out / Ausverkauft
No. 9) [SNOW ON NANDINA] Sold out / Ausverkauft
No.10) [Moon Rabbit] €73,80 Sold out/Ausverkauft
No. 11) [NISHIKI-KOI] €73,80
No.12) [AKANE FUJI] €73,80 Sold out / Ausverkauft
No.13) [Flowers Silhuettes] €73,80
No.14) [Suisen Fukuju] €73,80
No.15) [FUSENKAZURA] €73,80 Sold out/Ausverkauft
No.16) [ITO-KIKU] €73,80 Sold out/Ausverkauft
No.17) [GEKKABIJIN] €73,80 Sold out/Ausverkauft
No.18) [YAMABUKI] €73,80
●Material/Material....................... Linen, wood (rod) / Leinen, Holz (Stange)
●Size (approx.) / Größe (ca.)....... 10 cm x 170 cm, 125g
* delivered in a white box (box size..... L. 8 cm x W. 6 cm x H. 12,5 cm)
●Manufacturer/ Hersteller....................... Le Ciel Japan Co., Ltd., Kyoto/Japan
●Made in China (Planning & Design : Japan)
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"Kyoto-Rakushian" is a brand produced by Le Ciel Japan. The brand focuses on traditional "noren" a Japanese short curtain made from ramie (linen), a colorful hand-dyed representation of the four seasons of Japan, as well as tapestries and a variety of interior items.
The products are manufactured using various traditional dyeing techniques such as wax dyeing (”rōketsuzome”), stencil dyeing (”Katazome”), brush dyeing ("hikizome"), batik dyeing and so on, which have been cultivated in Japan for a long time.