Saekdong striped fortune pouch to hold your special trinkets or give as party/wedding favor pouches.
The term saekdong literally means “colorful strips,” but popularly denotes “the sleeves of a traditional jacket dyed with colorful pigments or made by patching together colorful cloth strips.” The saekdong technique was mainly used for skirts during the Three Kingdoms period (57 B.C.–A.D. 668). During the Joseon Dynasty, however, its application became more extensive, including in upper garments for the first birthday, children’s ceremonial attire and outer coats, children’s headgear, and also adult clothing such as men’s long jackets, shamans’robes, and women’s ceremonial clothing.
Direction of stripes and character on pouch may vary according to production as shown in photos.
Dimensions – App. 16 x 12 cm / 6.3 x 4.72 inches
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