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Based on the traditional Japanese repeat pattern 'Asanoha' - a representation of the hemp leaf, comprised of six diamonds. It is often used in Rinzu (綸子), a Japanese silk satin damask that was the preferred fabric for kimonos in the Edo period.

Made from individual layers of lasercut art board, each carefully hand-assembled to construct the final artworks. Presented in a black bespoke frame and presentation box, using the highest quality materials and UltraClear® glass, selected to minimise reflections and protect the artwork.

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Based on the traditional Japanese repeat pattern 'Asanoha' - a representation of the hemp leaf, comprised of six diamonds. It is often used in Rinzu (綸子), a Japanese silk satin damask that was the preferred fabric for kimonos in the Edo period.

Made from individual layers of lasercut art board, each carefully hand-assembled to construct the final artworks. Presented in a black bespoke frame and presentation box, using the highest quality materials and UltraClear® glass, selected to minimise reflections and protect the artwork.





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