Shippou refers to the seven treasures of Buddhism: gold, silver, lapis lazuli, agate, seashell, amber, and coral. All of these are found on the Asian continent and were precious and rare products. Shippo also means "cloisonné," which refers to a decorating technique using metal strips and gems. The pattern represents these beautiful seven treasures inlaid in metal, in an infinitely repeating pattern.
Our pocket squares are made from handwoven material sourced from our Japanese heritage manufacturer.
Each pocket square is sewn, pressed and packaged by hand in Portland, Oregon.
- Origin of Fabric: Japan
- Dark Navy with Blue Kasuri Shippou
- Sewn in Portland, Oregon
- Size: 11″ x 11″ approx.
- Product #: PQ47
- Code: WP50