INDEN-YA

INDENYA Pocket Mirror 5015, Chrysanthemum Lines Red on Black

These elegant, handy pocket mirrors are a beautiful accessory and a joy to carry around. The traditional Japanese lacquered patterns on soft deerskin leather ma… read more
SKU: 3005401
NT$723.36
Hurry up! Current stock:
icon Share icon Share
5 customers are viewing this product.

These elegant, handy pocket mirrors are a beautiful accessory and a joy to carry around. The traditional Japanese lacquered patterns on soft deerskin leather make the mirrors a pleasure to look at, both inside- and out!

They open with a simple click and due to their square shape can stand on their own for even more convenience. Both sides contain a mirror for the best possible value.
This is a wonderful, cute gift that will unmistakably be treasured during daily use.

Dimensions: 6 ?? 5.8 ?? 0.9 cm (2.4" x 2.3" x 0.4" inches)


Koshu Inden is a Japanese craft made of lacquered deerskin with more than 400 years of history from Yamanashi prefecture. The techniques and patterns for making Inden were originally developed to produce certain parts of samurai armor. The same techniques and traditional patterns are still used to create contemporary objects of timeless beauty and high durability.???

INDENYA Pocket Mirror 5015, Chrysanthemum Lines Red on Black

NT$723.36

Frequently Bought Together

Please choose options for all selected products

Frequently Bought Together

Please choose options for all selected products

Description

These elegant, handy pocket mirrors are a beautiful accessory and a joy to carry around. The traditional Japanese lacquered patterns on soft deerskin leather make the mirrors a pleasure to look at, both inside- and out!

They open with a simple click and due to their square shape can stand on their own for even more convenience. Both sides contain a mirror for the best possible value.
This is a wonderful, cute gift that will unmistakably be treasured during daily use.

Dimensions: 6 ?? 5.8 ?? 0.9 cm (2.4" x 2.3" x 0.4" inches)


Koshu Inden is a Japanese craft made of lacquered deerskin with more than 400 years of history from Yamanashi prefecture. The techniques and patterns for making Inden were originally developed to produce certain parts of samurai armor. The same techniques and traditional patterns are still used to create contemporary objects of timeless beauty and high durability.???

Customers Also Viewed