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Slide 0: Set of 3 Bird and Cherry Blossom Cinnabar-Colored Boxes
Set of 3 Bird and Cherry Blossom Cinnabar-Colored Boxes
Was: $45.00 Now: $34.99
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These exquisite molded-resin boxes—deeply etched with auspicious bird and cherry blossom designs—make stunning vanity or desktop repositories for jewelry or paperclips. These Set of 3 Bird and Cherry Blossom Cinnabar-Colored Boxes are hand-polished.
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Slide 1: Pink Blossom Cloisonné Necklace
Pink Blossom Cloisonné Necklace
Was: $95.00 Now: $59.99
Timeless elegance for casual or dressier occasions, this long, graduated Pink Blossom Cloisonné Necklace is beaded with double-knotted orbs of cloisonné, whose traditional inlaid enamelwork is a beautiful example of an ancient art.
 
Slide 2: Vintage-Look Cherry Blossom Necklace
Vintage-Look Cherry Blossom Necklace
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Garlands and swags of hand-painted acrylic flowers adorn this impossibly romantic Vintage-Look Cherry Blossom Necklace. Splendidly cage-worked and embroidered by artist Colleen Toland, this glorious ensemble is truly one-of-a-kind. Brass findings and lobster clasp. Handmade in the U.S.A.
 
Slide 3: Cherry Blossoms Pill Box
Cherry Blossoms Pill Box
Feel spring cheer—on the go—with this stainless steel Cherry Blossom Pill Box with hand-poured finish. The interior is fitted with a mirror and a 3-section divider. Decorated in the U.S.A.
 
Slide 4: One-of-a-Kind Vintage Cream Silk Haori with Floral Motif
One-of-a-Kind Vintage Cream Silk Haori with Floral Motif
This hand-sewn, vintage haori was sourced from a Kyoto market or auction. A traditional Japanese hip- or thigh-length kimono jacket, this lovely, cream silk garment with silver-embroidered crest at the neck is graced with delicately arrayed florals. The subtle design was created with the yuzen technique, which combines hand painting and a paste-resist method of dyeing. The hidden stitches of the beautiful silk lining make this haori fully reversible. Haoris are designed with open fronts so that something of what is worn beneath is revealed. 100% silk. Made in Japan (circa 1950-1970). One-of-a-kind, any blemishes are likely permanent and are considered part of the vintage history of the haori.
 
Slide 5: One-of-a-Kind Vintage Black Silk Haori with All-Over Floral Motif
One-of-a-Kind Vintage Black Silk Haori with All-Over Floral Motif
This hand-sewn, vintage haori was sourced from a Kyoto market or auction. A traditional Japanese hip- or thigh-length kimono jacket, this beautiful garment with a single white crest at the neck is graced with delicate florals. The lovely design was woven into the black silk fabric with the urushi technique, which uses threads that have been coated with lacquer or metallic paint. The hidden stitches of the luxurious silk lining make this haori fully reversible. Haoris are designed with open fronts so that something of what is worn beneath is revealed. 100% silk. Made in Japan (circa 1950-1970). Any blemishes are likely permanent and are considered part of the vintage history of the haori.
 
Slide 6: One-of-a-Kind Vintage Pink Silk Haori with White and Pink Floral Motif
One-of-a-Kind Vintage Pink Silk Haori with White and Pink Floral Motif
This hand-sewn, vintage haori was sourced from a Kyoto market or auction. A traditional Japanese hip- or thigh-length kimono jacket, this exceptionally feminine pink garment is a satiny silk jacquard whose subtle, wavy-line design is interwoven with a profusion of white and pink blossoms. The hidden stitches of the beautiful silk lining make this haori fully reversible. Haoris are designed with open fronts so that something of what is worn beneath is revealed. 100% silk. Made in Japan (circa 1950-1970). One-of-a-kind, any blemishes are likely permanent and are considered part of the vintage history of the haori.
 
Slide 7: One-of-a-Kind Vintage Pink Coral Silk Haori with Red and Green Floral Motif
One-of-a-Kind Vintage Pink Coral Silk Haori with Red and Green Floral Motif
This hand-sewn, vintage haori was sourced from a Kyoto market or auction. A traditional Japanese hip- or thigh-length kimono jacket, this glorious pink coral silk garment is graced with an all over floral design of large red and green blossoms. The pattern was created with the katazome technique, a method of resist dyeing in which a paste is applied through a stencil. The hidden stitches of the beautiful silk lining make this haori fully reversible. Haoris are designed with open fronts so that something of what is worn beneath is revealed. 100% silk. Made in Japan (circa 1950-1970). One-of-a-kind, any blemishes are likely permanent and are considered part of the vintage history of the haori.
 
Slide 8: One-of-a-Kind Vintage Black Silk Haori with Red and Blue Floral Motif
One-of-a-Kind Vintage Black Silk Haori with Red and Blue Floral Motif
This hand-sewn, vintage haori was sourced from a Kyoto market or auction. A traditional Japanese hip- or thigh-length kimono jacket, this elegant black silk garment is graced on the back and one front panel with red and blue floral designs worked in satin-stitch embroidery. The hidden stitches of the beautiful silk lining make this haori fully reversible. Haoris are designed with open fronts so that something of what is worn beneath is revealed. 100% silk. Made in Japan (circa 1950-1970). One-of-a-kind, any blemishes are likely permanent and are considered part of the vintage history of the haori.
 
Slide 9: One-of-a-Kind Vintage Soft Pink Silk Haori with Floral Motif
One-of-a-Kind Vintage Soft Pink Silk Haori with Floral Motif
This hand-sewn, vintage haori was sourced from a Kyoto market or auction. A traditional Japanese hip- or thigh-length kimono jacket, this gorgeous, soft pink silk garment is graced with bouquets of chrysanthemums—on the front and more lavishly on the back and sleeves. (Chrysanthemums, or kiku, symbolize the Japanese monarchy, which is referred to as the Chrysanthemum Throne.) The puckered texture and chrysanthemum design were created with the shibori technique—a resist-dye process that involves stitching, folding, binding and clamping. The hidden stitches of the beautiful silk lining make this haori fully reversible. Haoris are designed with open fronts so that something of what is worn beneath is revealed. 100% silk. Made in Japan (circa 1950-1970). One-of-a-kind, any blemishes are likely permanent and are considered part of the vintage history of the haori.
 
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