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Oriental Garden Small Charm 2 Pack

All findings are made with vintage 19th and 20th century block stamps. As a method of printing on cloth , the earliest surviving block examples are from China and date to before 220 AD. Over the centuries, block printing had been extensively used for decorative purposes such as fabrics, leather and wallpaper. Block printing was the standard method of producing wallpaper until the early 20th century, and, along with making cloth, is still used by a few traditionalist firms.
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodblock_printing

As every charm is completely handmade, no two charms will be exactly alike. These slight "imperfections" lend themselves to the charm and uniqueness of each piece.

PLEASE ALLOW TWO WEEKS FOR PRODUCTION AND DELIVERY!

Approx 1 inch.

Our Price: $10.00
Oriental Garden Large Charm

All findings are made with vintage 19th and 20th century block stamps. As a method of printing on cloth , the earliest surviving block examples are from China and date to before 220 AD. Over the centuries, block printing had been extensively used for decorative purposes such as fabrics, leather and wallpaper. Block printing was the standard method of producing wallpaper until the early 20th century, and, along with making cloth, is still used by a few traditionalist firms.
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodblock_printing

As every charm is completely handmade, no two charms will be exactly alike. These slight "imperfections" lend themselves to the charm and uniqueness of each piece.

PLEASE ALLOW TWO WEEKS FOR PRODUCTION AND DELIVERY!


Approx 1 1/2 inches.

Our Price: $10.00
Oriental Garden Bracelet Bar

All findings are made with vintage 19th and 20th century block stamps. As a method of printing on cloth , the earliest surviving block examples are from China and date to before 220 AD. Over the centuries, block printing had been extensively used for decorative purposes such as fabrics, leather and wallpaper. Block printing was the standard method of producing wallpaper until the early 20th century, and, along with making cloth, is still used by a few traditionalist firms.
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodblock_printing

As every charm is completely handmade, no two charms will be exactly alike. These slight "imperfections" lend themselves to the charm and uniqueness of each piece.

PLEASE ALLOW TWO WEEKS FOR PRODUCTION AND DELIVERY!


Approx 2 1/4 by 1 1/4 inches.

Our Price: $10.00