Japanese chiyogami paper with a graphic motif of waves (seigaiha) in gold effect over a white background. On the Chiyogami papers, golden colour brings a tridimensional effect, due to the variable reflection of light according to the direction in which the sun light touches the paper.
In the designs, silk-screen printed exclusively with metalized pigments over a homogenous monochromatic background, this effect is accentuated even more, also adding “movement” to the motif.
This motif is a symbol of good fortune if you want to tell someone “I wish you good luck forever”. The eternal return of the waves to the shore makes reference to the eternal duration of your good wishes.
The washi paper made of long fibers is very flexible and resistant. It is machine made with kozo and sulfite fibers. Silk-screen printed later by hand in so many steps with colors.
Due to the production techniques, the full planks of washi chiyogami paper (of 97cmx65cm) have a white frame of approximately 1cm. The specified dimensions refer to the printed part. The measurements as well as the weight are approximated, since they can slightly vary from one provider to another.
Measurements (cm): 63x47.5 approx. (Half a sheet)
Weight (gr): 70 approx.
Material: Kozo fiber and sulfites paper
Uses: Decoration, gifts, origami, personalization of objects, scrapbooking.
Requests of even amounts will be provided in full sheets of 95cmx63cm approx. If you wish for other sizes, for example A4, contact us and we’ll send you a custom budget.