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Nishimura Yuzen Chokoku

Original Tealight "KOMOREBI"

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 Yuzen master ×  French designer 
Two of the great artist has created, too beautiful product.

The tealight is crafted from a cedar sheet of Kyoto. The engraving is realized by hand by Nishimura yuzen-chokoku, a master artisan. Each piece creates a unique design and the patterns are spontaneously imagined in relation with wood’s veins. This project is realised with the collaboration of the designer Elodie Stephan.

A traditional and modern product has been completed by fusion of the sensitivity of the great artist.
We recommend with confidence this wonderful product.

Product Info
Product Name : Original Tealight "KOMOREBI"
Set Includes : Paper ( Cedar Sheet ), Plier, Glass
Material : Cedar of Kyoto, Glass, Brass
Product Size ( approx. ) : 4.7 × 5 × 2 inches ( 120 × 125 × 55 mm)
Shipping Size ( approx. ) : Φ 3 × 6 inches ( Φ 75 × 155 mm)
Shipping Weight ( approx. ) : 4.8oz. ( 137g )

Made in Japan

      Warning

  • Please put out the fire when you leave. Do not use the light near an inflammable material, in the case of strong wind, on a non-flat support.
  • Before the use, read well the instructions.
  • We decline all the responsibilities in the case of a fire.

 

Elodie Stephan & Takeshi Nishimura
Yuzen master : Takeshi Nishimura
Nishimura Yuzen Chokoku engraves paper patterns to make various traditional Japanese clothing and accessories. Depending on a method of dyeing or the usage of the clothing, sometimes it is necessary to make a few to several or hundreds of paper patterns for clothing. By using the skills of Yuzen Chokoku, Takeshi Nishimura creates arts of Japanese traditional patterns, or portrays which inspire a feeling of "a warming heart", "comfort", or "heart of Japanese".
 
Designer : Elodie Stephan
Elodie Stephan develops artistic and conceptual projects transposed in the imagination of "natural cities" of tomorrow. A through aesthetic and functional features for users, Elodie Stephan seeks to restore harmony between the natural and human elements in their environments. The concepts it offers are unique, customized and make sense with the scene. This quest for roots leads the designer and shoot wearing an unusual look at the existing.
 
KOMOREBI

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