Fortune pouch with a peony embroidered in the center.
Peonies, with their large flowers and brilliant colors, have long been regarded as the “king” among flowers, so they have often been used to symbolize royalty. In addition, they are sometimes called the “flower of wealth,” so they can also represent prosperity and nobility. Peonies were a frequent motif for artists in the early and mid-Joseon Dynasty, often being painted alongside birds and other plants. Late Joseon painters continued the tradition.
Great to keep trinkets or use as party/wedding favor pouches.
Dimensions – App. 11 x 10 cm / 4.33 x 3.94 inches
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