Cushion Covers Sunago
In Japanese SUNAGO is a pattern with a scattering gold and silver dust. This kind of ornamentation is often used for Japanese lacquerware. By expressing SUNAGO in textiles a three-dimensional effect is achieved by the difference in density of the gold and silver threads that give the fabric its distinctive texture. Depending on the threads used the appearance of the fabric changes dramatically.The material of one side of the cushion cover is KAJI KINRAN original fabric, Kinran fabrics of Nishijin Textile in Kyoto, and the other is that of the high quality Danish Textile which is very popular in Europe. We believe that our collaboration makes you satisfied, which brings good symphony and contrast between our traditional NISHIJIN Textile of Kyoto and Textile of KVADRAT , the representative textile company of Denmark.
Color Design: Textile Designer Rika Kawato
Material: KAJI KINRAN 100% Silk / KVADRAT 90 % new wool, worsted, 10 % nylon
Size: 40 × 40 cm
|Item quantity:||Price: € 300|