Striking hexagon cushion in black silk with metallic gold and red woven designs made from a vintage upcycled Japanese kimono obi.
* From a Limited Edition of 5 (1 available)
* 47cm x 31cm / 18.5" x 12" approx.
* Comes with luxury feather pad included (ethically sourced).
Ethically made by upcycling a vintage Japanese obi belt (used to tie kimono) which dates from the Mid Showa period (40+ years). Each cushion comes with hand foiled tag which details it's edition number.
Hexagons (Kikko), represent the pattern of tortoiseshell and signify longevity and good fortune. Paulownia (Kiri) is a fast growing tree with foxglove-like purple flowers and the only tree the phoenix will alight upon. Planted when a baby girl is born, the wood is then used to fashion articles for her dowry.
We will send you our Hunted and Stuffed guide to symbols in Japanese textiles FREE with every order.
The front is made from upcycled vintage Japanese obi silk which is woven with real gilt thread. The reverse is made from upcycled vintage kimono silk in black.
Aftercare: Professional cleaning recommended.