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Tea mat ,NAGANO Dyeing

Tea Around Project

A tea mat made by NAGANO Dyeing to match ASAHIYAKI's tea pot set.The material of this tea mat is linen.
The two colors, dark blue and light blue-green, are sewn together in layers, so you can enjoy the colors of each other depending on the atmosphere.

Maker: NAGANO Dyeing
Size: 430×280×h1.5 mm
Material: Hemp, Raw hemp (Kibira)
Ground color: one side: Ruri color(Dark blue) one side: Jar peep color(Light blue-green) 
Dyes: Reactive dyes
Color fixing: Yes
Water-repellent treatment: Yes
Sewing: Double-woven seam
Limited 80 pieces

Price 3,960 JPY

Hand wash only, do not machine wash. Please do not wring or twist, and hang it up wet.   No finishing glue is needed due to the unique crispness of raw hemp cloth.     After drying, apply steam iron for more beautiful finish.  Please contact us if you would like to order more than one item as a gift.

 

 

 

item number
73616
Name
Tea mat ,NAGANO Dyeing
Price
3,960 JPY

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