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Asian Kanji Symbols - Set of 9 Hand Painted Batik Panels - Red

Asian Kanji Symbols - Set of 9 Hand Painted Batik Panels - Red
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Nine Panels - 6" x 6" Each

Handmade using batik and painting methods, these striking panels may be used in wall hangings, pillows, appliqu├ęs, quilts, clothing embellishments, framed pictures, and much more! This exquisite collection of nine panels features Kanji symbols for Love, Peace, Health, Dream, Faith, Friend, Happiness, Luck, and Success (left to right, top row to bottom row). 100% Cotton, set of 9 batik mini panels, each mini batik measures approx 6" x 6", Machine Wash Gentle/Line Dry Colorfast.Handpainted with batik method in Indonesia. One-of-a-kind paintings on cotton will vary slightly from original shown.

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