Night Sakura

$120.00

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  • Product Description

      Sakura are not unique variety of Japan. During the Qin and Han Dynasties, sakura had been cultivated in palaces, with a history of more than 2,000 years.

      During the Tang Dynasty, it had been widely planted in private courtyards, and literati used to have fun by enjoying them at night.

      The design of black fan surface and pink alternate with white blooming sakura without leaves is used to create a sense of flowers rain.

      • Original Design
      • 100% Handmade
      • Materials: Bamboo, Organza
      • Dimensions: 16cm x 29cm

      Notice: This is a customized handicraft. Check with us the availability before order.

  • Return Policy

    • Change your mind? Easy returns and refunds.

      WHAT can be returned?

      Item must be returned with original package with all parts.

      Item must be in resalable condition when it returns.

      Customer would need to pay for the return postage if it is a no seller's fault return.

      Return or exchange for custom orders are not accepted unless there is a quality problem.

      Please be aware that there is always minor defects along with handicrafts and it is not a quality issue. If you are a perfectionism, please reconsider your decisions.

       

      WHEN do items need to be returned by?

      30 days after purchase

       

      HOW do customers return items?

      Please contact us (service@alleytang.com) and we will give you further instructions.

      We are striving to achieve 100% customer satisfaction, good communication will make a great resolution.

       

      CREDIT for return?

      Full refund could be made on request if is our fault.

      Postage would still be charged on requests made by customers who just change their minds and the balance would be issued.

       

      Packing materials?

      Must be in original package

  • Silk Care Instruction

    • Silk Care Instructions

       

      Even dry clean is recommended for silk, but hand wash for this delicate fabric at home is possible, just with extra care

      1. Use cold water.

      2. Add gentle cleaner within the water, professional silk cleaner is recommended, but baby soap or shampoo is fine

      3. Clean it gently for 2-4 minutes

      4. Rinse in clean water, it may take a few minutes

      5. You may use a towel to dry it or dry the peace of silk away from the sun or direct heat.

      6. You may press silk. Use iron’s ‘silk’ setting. Make sure your silk is still damp before you begin. If it’s already dried, use a spray bottle to add moisture.

      7. Do not press with steam or re-damp the Silk locally, as water staining may occur. In the case the silk water-stains, then dip the garment in warm water for 2-3 minutes, dry and re-iron.

       

      Note: For those with strong stain, bring it to profession dry cleaners. 

       

      For more information of how to clean silk, you may refer to: https://www.howtocleanthings.com/how-to-clean-silk/

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