Pocket Square Indigo Kiku
Our premium pocket squares feature unique prints sourced and imported from our Japanese heritage manufacturer and a folded, stitched edge that maintains its shape however its worn.
The Kiku (菊) pattern, or chrysanthemum, became the emblem for the Imperial Family during the Nara period, when the flower was first introduced to Japan. It continues to be a highly-regarded pattern today.
Each pocket square is sewn, pressed and packaged by hand in Portland, Oregon.