by Rampley & Co.
Crafted by Rampley and Co, the Chūsenko Teitokuson pocket squares is authentically designed, using only the highest quality mulberry silk and traditional craftsmanship to create timeless pieces made to last.
Printed onto the silk with the greatest of care, bringing each artwork to life. Every pocket square is made using the finest mulberry silk and has hand-rolled edges. It has been designed and printed in England and is presented in a gift box, making it the perfect gift for the ultimate stylish gent.
Dry clean only.
Utagawa Kuniyoshi was a master of the Japanese ukiyo-e style of woodblock printing. His prints regularly feature large scale warrior figures within scenes of warlike encounters. Chūsenko Teitokuson, depicted here, was a master of the use of a particular type of sword called a hisa, while riding a horse. The scene here depicts the battle of Kyūshū, where Chūsenko Teitokuson's army was attacked during a night raid.
Rampley & Co develop men’s clothing and accessories that relies on traditional craftsmanship and exceptional materials. They are proud to partner with artisans with hundreds of years of heritage and manufacturing experience, and they choose to work exclusively with the most luxurious materials and fibres in order to provide products of exceptional quality that can last a lifetime.
Credit: Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797–1861), Chūsenko Teitokuson (Ding Desun) attacked by a snake on a mountain path, 1827–30
Materials: 100% Mulberry silk
Dimensions: 42 x 42cm
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