This brooch is made from wood, coated with urushi lacquer, and decorated with gold powder. In urushi art, this is known as the maki-e technique. Mr. & Mrs. Sadaike have used assorted classic Japanese patterns for this brooch.
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Material: Wood, Urushi Golden powder
Size: 6×6×0.5cm / 2.37×2.37×0.2″
Weight: 13g / 0.46oz
*Maximum quantity the artisan handmade the same product for overseas sales.
Takashi & Natsuko Sadaike
Japanese Lacquer Art (Urushi Art)
Mr. and Mrs. Sadaike own and run Takashi’s family Maki-e altar workshop. (Maki-e is a decorative technique whereby Japanese lacquer is sprinkled with gold powder). They lacquer and decorate Maki-e on a wide range of products, including Buddhist altars, shrines and temple products. They also produce personal ornaments.