An accessory made by a Buddhist altar fitting craftsman.
By using the technique of engraving a continuous wedge pattern called "kick carving" on a resin called "pine resin", a feeling of embossing is given.
Around the handle, round grains called "Nanaco", which look like fish eggs, are driven in one by one to complement the handle.
The design is stylish and easy to match.
|Country of origin||Aichi Prefecture, Japan|
|Material||Copper material, gold-plated, silver-plated old beauty|
|Size||1.10" * 3.54"(2.8*9.0cm)|
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)|