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Mitsi C Tana Lawn from the Liberty Art Fabrics collection.         This design was re-created from a design in the Liberty Archive by the Liberty Fabric design studio for autumn 2008 season. It plays on Liberty’s history with its Japanese style cherry blossom. The original was designed a member of Liberty’s studio in the 1950s. It was then recoloured to go into the 2011 Classic Tana Lawn Collection.

Mitsi C Tana Lawn from the Liberty Art Fabrics collection. This design was re-created from a design in the Liberty Archive by the Liberty Fabric design studio for autumn 2008 season. It plays on Liberty’s history with its Japanese style cherry blossom. The original was designed a member of Liberty’s studio in the 1950s. It was then recoloured to go into the 2011 Classic Tana Lawn Collection.

Дача. Дача? Дача! Часть 2 - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Дача. Дача? Дача! Часть 2 - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

japanese art rabbit | Chinese painting book album of rabbit by masters brush ink oriental ...

Book Album of Chinese Rabbit Painting by Masters Brush Ink Oriental Asian Art

japanese art rabbit | Chinese painting book album of rabbit by masters brush ink oriental ...

The Rabbit Hole, Sydney - tea bar inspired by the Japanese art of Kintsugi

The Rabbit Hole, Sydney - tea bar inspired by the Japanese art of Kintsugi

The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar is located in the heart of Sydney’s bustling Redfern. The once industrial space that was home to a builders tool warehouse, is now a soothing sanctuary serving up a fine selection of the world’s most consumed beverage. The interior design has been left in the highly capable hands of designer Matt Woods, with elements inspired by the Japanese art of Kintsugi, in which gold is used to join and hide imperfection of ceramic

The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar is located in the heart of Sydney’s bustling Redfern. The once industrial space that was home to a builders tool warehouse, is now a soothing sanctuary serving up a fine selection of the world’s most consumed beverage. The interior design has been left in the highly capable hands of designer Matt Woods, with elements inspired by the Japanese art of Kintsugi, in which gold is used to join and hide imperfection of ceramic

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