Calla Lilies
Calla Lilies
Calla Lilies
Calla Lilies
Calla Lilies

Calla Lilies

Regular price$136.00
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【History of the product】

Wood inlay is a traditional technique in which various types of trees are cut along a pattern and then inlaid onto a single piece of wood to create a picture or design.

It is produced following the production method of Kanagawa Prefecture's traditional craft "Hakone wood inlay".

It has been produced in Hakone since 1889.

 【Features and Design】

This piece depicts calla lilies created using marquetry.

Similar to “Roses”, the lilies’ petals and stems are created using a scorching technique.

Calla lilies are native to Africa, and they are symbols of magnificent beauty and the grace of a maiden in flower symbolism. White calla lilies are also symbolic of purity in flower symbolism.

The background was created using walnut, the lily petals using kobushi and bigleaf magnolia, and the stems using bigleaf magnolia. A single rin of calla lilies, growing modestly in the center of a portrait frame.

This is a piece of marquetry art that won’t call too much attention to itself, no matter where it is displayed.

The materials used are walnut, kobushi, hoo, and kaya.

Production time is 14 days.

【Usage and how to use it】

Ideal for interior decoration or as a gift.

We invite you to take a look at the beauty of the natural wood color and grain without coloring, and the delicate wood inlay paintings (Marquetry Art) that have evolved uniquely in Hakone, Japan.

Size47 cm (length) X 27 cm (width) X 3 cm (thickness)

L 47cm x W 27cm x D 3cm

Natural wood

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