A Fan to one ear and a Lantern to the other. Fans have always been an important symbol in the Japanese culture, both for celebrating different cultural, religious or ritual moments and as a present for births and birthdays. The point where ribs are fastened is considered as a representation of the beginning of life and the ribs as the possible paths that life can take. The fan as a whole represents the happiness that can widen to become bigger and bigger, just like the complete opening fo teh fan itself. The other ear wears a lantern, typical of Japanese Gardens, meant as a point of transit and purification of the soul. 

Fujiyama Silk and Silver

£85.00Price
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