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Serizawa’s furoshiki - joy 55cm

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In 1955, a year before he was designated as a Living National Treasure (人間国宝) by the Japanese government for his Katazome stencil dyeing technique, Keisuke Serizawa started experimenting with Chinese-character motifs: the design of this cotton furoshiki, which depicts the ideogram Ki (喜, joy) inscribed in a hexagon is one of the most elegant formal outcomes, characterized by a rich palette of colors, perfectly balanced. Made of sturdy and thick cotton, this is a medium sized furoshiki (it measures 55x55cm), which can be also used as a placemat, as it can be hung on a wall. A celebration of Japan's most wonderful tradition in textile: designed decades ago, yet still powerful and sleek today. 22 cm x 10 cm x 1 cm

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