Amazing Japanese Hairpins

Posted by thingsnews Categories: Environment Jul - 9 - 2013 0 Comment 341 views

  

A woman named Sakae from Fukuoka (Japan) makes magical pins and studs “kandzasi” (also found on the network called “kanzashi”) in the form of flowers and butterflies, but she does not say how she makes them.
But they look stunning!

Someone says that Sakae uses paint, someone says it’s the glass, and some of the other practicing artists suggest it looks like an epoxy resin, dyed and drenched in the loop of wire.

Well, while experts are wondering what this beauty is made of, we, ordinary lovers of flowers and butterflies will enjoy the creations of the master from distant Fukuoka …

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