Monkey and perssimon fruit greeting card

£3.00

A6 size (148mm x 105mm)

Description

Beautiful greeting card based on original Japanese art by Koson Ohara (1877–1945). Suitable for all occasions.

  • A6 size greeting card 148mm x 105mm
  • Quality pearlescent paper giving a beautiful shimmering effect
  • Hand finished rounded corners
  • Blank inside for your own message
  • Hand packed with white envelope in a cello bag

Description on the reverse: The Japanese word for monkey, ‘saru’, is a homonym for the Japanese word ‘expel’ (also pronounced saru), meaning ‘dispel’ or ‘push away’. This has given the monkey a sacred symbolism as a guardian against negativity and misfortune. The persimmon is used as a symbol of transformation. The green persimmon transforms from being acrid and bitter, ripening to its full sweetness. In buddhism it relates the ignorance of people transforming into wisdom. 

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Additional information

Weight 0.016 kg

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