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Hermès | Silk marbling: a Japanese technique rediscovered
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Hermès - Footsteps across the world collection: Kyoto
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Droplets, waves and mountains… the etchings held prisoner in blocks of stone were the inspiration for the Japanese master bookbinders’ marbled paper. Inkjet printing has transposed these effects to fabric, without ever equalling the delicacy and radiance of the patterns found by Hermès in an old album in the archives of its Lyon textile sector. After years of research, this technique of silk marbling using a compressed, through-coloured starch paste was rediscovered in Kyoto. The Nose family is its custodian.
Directed by Frédéric Laffont

Discover our values and our relationship with sustainable development on our website:
https://www.hermes.com/uk/en/story/su...
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Hermès | Silk marbling: a Japanese technique rediscovered
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2019-05-08 09:30:00
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This video quoted from "Hermès"

Hermès - Footsteps across the world collection: Kyoto
https://www.hermes.com/uk/en/story/su...

Droplets, waves and mountains… the etchings held prisoner in blocks of stone were the inspiration for the Japanese master bookbinders’ marbled paper. Inkjet printing has transposed these effects to fabric, without ever equalling the delicacy and radiance of the patterns found by Hermès in an old album in the archives of its Lyon textile sector. After years of research, this technique of silk marbling using a compressed, through-coloured starch paste was rediscovered in Kyoto. The Nose family is its custodian.
Directed by Frédéric Laffont

Discover our values and our relationship with sustainable development on our website:
https://www.hermes.com/uk/en/story/su...

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