At the end of the first decade of the 21st century, a prominent French art unit skilled at handling a specialized wood material disbanded. The artisans had fused their spirits and techniques to create wooden bow ties. The ties were given as a token of friendship to those who had supported their work, and today, the wooden creations continue to shine at salons not only in Europe but also around the world.
The urushi-lacquered bow tie CONCERTO revives these bow ties using traditional Japanese craft techniques. Enjoy the esprit of the good old days in France and Japan through these beautiful, elegant, and uniquely radical accessories.
As dusk approaches, the gentle wind blows playfully and butterflies disappear into the dark night in search of lovely flowers and much happiness.
Carrying a sweetness that intensifies its poison with each caress, the amber-colored butterfly gently dances around the streetlights that illuminate the navy blue city, sprinkling a fragrant scent. Its noble glow brings happiness.
A bird not yet fully born is eager to fly into the sky, yearning to flap its wings. The egg fragments take the shape of a butterfly, tearing apart the dark night, unfolding a bewitching and elegant space.
A Japanese Sengoku daimyo has been reborn beyond the Milky Way. With his eyes under the jet-black mask glimmering like the nine planets, could this man be a hero? His crest shines with majesty and mystery.
A jet-black butterfly sways at midnight in the woods around the village where purple dogtooth violets bloom. Beautiful, ephemeral music can be heard as the butterfly glides. Time flows gracefully here.
Size: 117 × 43 × 15 mm (the bowtie part)
Approximate strap length: minimum 330 mm to maximum 500 mm
Material: Japanese laminated plywood (Tilia japonica)/lacquer
Package: Plastic case
Weight: 15 g (including the strap)
Design registration number: 1572379
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