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Serizawa's handkerchief - vegetables and fruits 43cm

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This is one of the earliest design Kensuke Serizawa developed few years after he first encountered Okinawan textile - a discovery that changed his approach to textile design forever. Made around 1930, well before he was designated as a Living National Treasure (人間国宝), it represents a collection of fruits and vegetables depicted into white trapezoids, over a red background color, inspired by the red nuance he discovered in Okinawa. Made of high quality Shantung cotton, it measures 43x43cm. Cotton. 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

Every Japanese design gem you always wanted to find*
(*but were afraid to ask)