A Japanese traditional craft (Aichi). The Two-pronged hairpins is one of the best items of Mizuki! Tsumami Zaiku (Textiles / Dyed Products) is the tradition of Japan.
This pure-white habutae silk chrysanthemum hairpin uses a pearl-inlaid gold flower setting to increase its sense of luxury.
|Product Name||Two-pronged hairpins|
|Artifact Name||Tsumami Zaiku|
|The place of Production||Aichi, Japan|
|Delivery Date||App. 10 days|
|Material||100% Habutae silk / A fake pearl|
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Habutae silkHabutae silk is a type of textile made from a plain weave, a style of weaving where warp and weft yarns criss-cross in regular proportion.
When the yarns are silk, this technique is also known as ko-kinu (luminous silk).
Typical, plain weaves use weft and warp yarn of uniform thickness, but habutae silk uses two thinner warp yarns for each weft yarn.
The soft, light, lustrous textile that results is a true symbol of Japan.
It is said that “truly beautiful silk begins and ends with habutae.”