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                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

Haibara Origami 24 Piece Set

 This origami set is by Haibara, who are classic Tokyo-based purveyors of fine Japanese paper.

The set features 24 sheets which are 15cm x 15cm each.

12 sheets are chiyogami patterned paper, and 12 are plain craft paper.

In each case the paper type is washi, a traditional style made from natural mulberry pulp.

 

About Haibara

Founded in 1806 in Edo (present day Tokyo), Haibara are one of the most classic exponents of Japanese paper craft in the capital.


Originally a specialist in fine 'gampi' paper made using shrubs in the Wikstroemia genus, the firm made its reputation among the connoisseurs of fine things in the Nihonbashi district.

It was in the third generation of the family firm that this appeal travelled across the oceans - with Haibara’s paper designs presented at the great European exhibitions of the mid-nineteenth century.

The striking nature of these designs, and the quality of their material, was impactful within the ‘Japonisme’ wave of European interest in Japanese aesthetics of this period.

Haibara paper works from this era are for example, still stored at the Victoria & Albert Museum.

The business today remains a family firm, and is in its seventh generation. Its now modern fronted shop in the Nihonbashi district is a place to discover the combination that originally attracted domestic and international interest: fine quality paper presented with period classics of Japanese design.

Regular price £14.00
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