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Framed Kimono Art, "The Queen of Peacocks" by Kimono-Couture, Japanese Wall Art

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Kimono Art "The Queen of Peacocks" by Kimono-Couture ・Japanese Art ・Textile Art ・Framed Wall Art 【Description of Kimono Art by Kimono-Couture】 Kimono Art is a form of Japanese Art that utilizes the highest quality vintage kimono obi, meticulously crafted by Kimono-Couture artisans. Japanese obi, traditional crafts that embody advanced skills and deep dedication, are painstakingly produced through numerous intricate steps. The colors and patterns of these obi hold various wishes and meanings. However, as Western culture has become predominant, the kimono culture has declined, and today, opportunities to appreciate its beauty are limited to special events like weddings and graduations. Therefore, Kimono-Couture takes on the challenge of reviving these obi as works of Framed Wall Art & Kimono Tapestry. Kimono-Couture skilled artisans are responsible for every aspect of the process, from sourcing the obi to the completion of Kimono Art, enhancing the beauty of these obi to the fullest. In the following, we will explain the wishes and meanings woven into this Kimono Art. 【Description of this Kimono Art "The Queen of Peacocks"】 This Kimono wall art is made of traditional kimono obi, and is a one-of-a-kind textile art created by skilled Japanese artisans. This kimono obi is made of silk and gold leaf and is decorated with an arabesque pattern. The arabesque pattern is based on ivy, which has a strong life force and grows in all directions. Because it represents vitality, the arabesque pattern was used in Edo period (1600-1868) as a symbol of longevity and prosperity. This kimono obi is also embroidered with a peacock, known for its beautiful feathers. The peacock symbolizes “compassion,” “fertility,” and” good health”. Because its life force is so strong that it eats poisonous snakes and insects, the peacock is believed to ward off evil spirits and prevent against misfortune and suffering. The peacock is surrounded by various flowers of the four seasons: wisteria, cherry blossoms, plum blossoms, chrysanthemums, silver grass, pine trees, and peonies. We are proud to present this Japanese Kimono Art, which we believe will surely amaze you. Bring this wonderful gem into your home and with it will come the elegance of ancient Japan.
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 25.6 in (65.03 cm)Width: 19.67 in (49.97 cm)Depth: 0.98 in (2.49 cm)
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  • Date of Manufacture:
    2022
  • Production Type:
    New & Custom(One of a Kind)
  • Estimated Production Time:
    Available Now
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  • Seller Location:
    Shibuya City, JP
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: KC10三三ブラック(三三ブラック)1stDibs: LU8102237582472
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