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Kyoto Yuzen-zome Washi Paper Tissue Holder, Currency Holder, Design of Japanese Little Boys in Ancient Style, Japanese Vintage

Kyoto Yuzen-zome Washi Paper Tissue Holder, Currency Holder, Design of Japanese Little Boys in Ancient Style, Japanese Vintage

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Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1970s
  • Size: 10 X 19 cm
  • Style: Japanese traditional
  • Material: Washi Paper 和紙
  • Favourited by: 1 person
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Description

This is a lovely Tissue Holder made of Kyoto Yuzen zome Washi Paper.
Japanese women used this type of holder as Kaishi 懐紙 (Tea ceremony Napkins) when they went to Tea Ceremony lessons in the 20th century.

Some Japanese people use this type of holders as currency holders.

In Kyoto, many Geisha Girls use this type of holders as handkerchief holders.

The lovely traditional Japanese arts on the holder are Japanese Little Boys from Ancient Era, probably Heian Period 平安時代 (8th Century) from their style of kimono.

Condition: The holder was made in 1970s but it has not been used.
The original flat box is partly damaged because it was made in 1970s.

Brand: ZEMLIYA (ゼムリヤ)

Material: Special Japanese Yuzen zome Washi Paper called Wagami (京都友禅染め和紙)

Size: 10 cm X 19 cm

Weight after packing: 150g approximately

The parcel will be sent as large letter.

*** International shipping price is based on the total weight
with Royal Mail Postage (Basically standard postage + £0.70 for wrapping & insertion fee)
You can check about the Royal mail at:
https://www.royalmail.com

*** The item is refundable.
We will pay back all money including postage if you are not happy or satisfied with the item.

If you have some questions about the item, please feel free to contact us!!
We will reply back to you as soon as possible!
This is a lovely Tissue Holder made of Kyoto Yuzen zome Washi Paper.
Japanese women used this type of holder as Kaishi 懐紙 (Tea ceremony Napkins) when they went to Tea Ceremony lessons in the 20th century.

Some Japanese people use this type of holders as currency holders.

In Kyoto, many Geisha Girls use this type of holders as handkerchief holders.

The lovely traditional Japanese arts on the holder are Japanese Little Boys from Ancient Era, probably Heian Period 平安時代 (8th Century) from their style of kimono.

Condition: The holder was made in 1970s but it has not been used.
The original flat box is partly damaged because it was made in 1970s.

Brand: ZEMLIYA (ゼムリヤ)

Material: Special Japanese Yuzen zome Washi Paper called Wagami (京都友禅染め和紙)

Size: 10 cm X 19 cm

Weight after packing: 150g approximately

The parcel will be sent as large letter.

*** International shipping price is based on the total weight
with Royal Mail Postage (Basically standard postage + £0.70 for wrapping & insertion fee)
You can check about the Royal mail at:
https://www.royalmail.com

*** The item is refundable.
We will pay back all money including postage if you are not happy or satisfied with the item.

If you have some questions about the item, please feel free to contact us!!
We will reply back to you as soon as possible!

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