Shippo-tsunagi, the connection of people to each other
Shippo-tsunagi is a pattern derived from the Buddhist term for the seven treasures, and it expresses the wish that relationships will be eternally connected and prosperous.
The pattern, drawn in white lacquer on navy blue deerskin, is an intelligent and elegant design.
This pen case has an L-shaped zipper and can securely hold pens and pencils.
It is recommended as a gift for students going on to higher education or for job hunting, regardless of gender or age.
|Manufacturer||J.Flavor * INDEN-YA|
|Country of origin||Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan|
|Technique||KOUSHU Inden (Lacquered Deersdkin Crafts)|
|Material||Outer : deerskin, lacquer
Inner : cotton
|Size||W6.5 * D0.79 * H2.05 in. (W16.5 * D2 * H5.2cm)|
Avoid direct sunlight and high temperatures or humidity when storing the lacquer ware, as it may lose its luster if exposed to sunlight (ultraviolet rays) over time.
The lacquer or pattern may peel off in parts if the piece is bent strongly or if it comes in contact with hard objects.
Cracks may occur during the processing.
*About deer leather
Please enjoy the original texture of deer leather
The surface of the leather may be damaged during use or when scrapped.
Due to the different nature of each piece, there will be slight differences in color tones due to the dip-dyeing process. Also, uneven coloring may occur in some areas.
The color may discolor or fade in sunlight or strong lighting over time.
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 2-3 weeks)|
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