Mother of Pearl Fan – Ganggangsullae (Dance)


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Fan silkscreen printed in traditional folk motif.

The front outer rib of the fan is decorated elegantly with a mother of pearl butterfly and flower.

Comes with a satin handmade fan case and is accented by a handmade knot trinket at the end. (Design and material of case and knot may vary according to order.)

Beautiful gift for that special someone to either carry around for the hot summer days or display as an interior decoration.

Ganggangsullae is an ancient Korean dance that was first used to bring about a bountiful harvest and has developed into a cultural symbol for Korea. It incorporates singing, dancing, and playing and is exclusively performed by women. The dance is mostly performed in the southwestern coastal province of Jeollanam-do. It is often associated with the Chuseok holiday and Daeboreum. 

Dimensions – 39 x 21 cm / 15.35 x 8.27 inches

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Weight80 g
Dimensions39 × 21 cm


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