Models: Shishi Asobi and Shishi Takara
These pocket-squares are a little treasure box filled with auspicious symbols from Japan. Shishi, the guardian lion, a master of things and defender of law, is a sacred creature in Buddhism. It came to Japan f in the 7-8th century through Chinese Buddhism and symbolized prosperity, success, energy, and happiness. They are often pictured with a "Chu" or Mari - considered a Buddhist symbol or the source of life."
With such powerful symbols, these pocket squares are bound to bring only good luck.
2 100% natural silk Twill Pocket squares
Made in Spain.
Hand rolled edges.
Both delivered in a box.
Shipment costs and taxes on the Checkout.
It will take 15 days minimum for the manufacture of your exclusive pocket squares
Pocket Duo - Japanese Lucky Charms - by Karolina Sato
We recommend hand or dry cleaning.
Do not twist when washing it.
Do not tumble dry, spread it out in the shade.
Use the iron at low temperature.
We accept returns and exchanges processed within 15 days of receipt of your order.
To accept a return, the products must be unused and with their original packaging.
To make a return, write to: email@example.com with your order number and the reason for the return.
15 days after the purchase, returns and exchanges will not be accepted.
Returned products that are not in their original condition will not be accepted.
Customers are responsible for the return shipping costs.
Once a return is received and inspected, we will send you an email notifying that your return has been received and that the refund has been approved or denied.
G&Silk is not responsible for breakages or damage to shipments during transport. Neither of the damages derived from an incorrect washing.
Please read the washing instructions carefully.