Takashi Murakami (2005). Flower Key ring, Kaikaikiki Ltd. Japan. 925 silver with rhodium finish.
Uehara Yuushichi (2005) Japanese carrying bag, Iden-ya & Kaikaikiki Ltd. Deerskin pouch hand painted with lacquer using a traditional technique.
Descriptions from the original website:
Flower Key ring – The “o-hana” motif is the signature icon of the contemporary artist Takashi Murakami. This key holder and pouch take the popular o-hana icon, representative of the “kawaii” (cute) movement, and transform it into a luxurious accessory. Enjoy the adorable face of the flower along with the weight of high-quality silver with a beautiful rhodium finishing.
Japanese Carrying Bag -The flower motif is reproduced through the age-old techniques of Kooshuu Printing. Highly skilled craftsmen hand-draw the design in lacquer and transfer it onto the highest-quality deerskin. This fusion of modern art and age-old craftwork has given birth to a new, reminiscent beauty.
New. In excellent condition.
We’ve searched deep into the archives and found Murakami’s first high end accessory from over a decade ago! Take a rare chance to get this rare, iconic Murakami accessory today!
Shipping and Handling
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