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5 Small Chrysanthemum Bowl Gift Box (Paulownia wood)


Choose five of your favorite Iro-e chrysanthemum bowls (small) to wrap in our inviting gift box. The lid of the box features an original Maruhiro design of three of the Japanese gods of fortune depicted in gold foil. Each god has its own auspicious origin.

Otafuku (Left) … The harbinger of good fortune, a talisman of mirth, fertility, and happy marriage.
Ebisu (Center) … A god of business prosperity, protection from disaster, bountiful harvest, and protector of fish.
Daikokuten (Right) … A god of the harvest, childcare, good fortune, and business success Makes a perfect gift for celebrating any joyous occasion, including weddings, birthdays, and other milestones.

Long cherished for its natural resistance to decay, moisture, and fire, paulownia wood features prominently in Japan’s gift and wrapping culture as a container for valuables such as clothing, artwork, and tea ceremony tools.


Size

W27.7×D18.7×H3.6cm/ —

Material

Paulownia

Maker

Iwanaga Arts & Crafts

Area

Hasami



Additional Information

Please store in a cool, dry place. Do not store in direct sunlight or in a hot, humid areas. Our boxes, made entirely of paulownia wood, are all natural, so please avoid sudden changes in temperature and humidity. Additionally, please avoid storage in a well-heated room during wintertime. There may be warping, discoloration, or mildew in crevices. Cracks may form as wood shrinks or expands. Discoloration and staining may occur if wiped with a wet towel or if stored somewhere humid. Each set of boxes and lids is one of a kind. If you have more than one, be sure to keep them separate so you know which lid matches which box.


Imari porcelain of the Edo period featured particularly delicate and gorgeous paintings that fascinated the West and would later leave a lasting impact on the production of ceramics in Europe. Among Edo-period Imari porcelain, Enpo-era pieces are thought to be the most elegant. Based on its delicate shades and styles, Iro-e combines traditional designs with household pets.