In Japan this flower is called "Kiku", which means "sun". The image of chrysanthemum is sacred, the right to wear such a figure are only members of the Imperial court. The death penalty is punished every attempt of mere mortals to depict the emblem of the Japanese Empire and the symbol of Imperial power. On this basis, the government often uses the pattern of chrysanthemums in the public papers, and even money, to avoid their forgery.
Flower made in the technique of ceramic floristry and is identical to the original.
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How to keep
Unlike natural flowers,flowers from cold porcelain do not need:
1. Water (not water them and do not soak).
2. The sun and warmth .
Like flowers, they require:
1. Careful handling (preferably do not drop or mutilate them).
2. Occasionally needed a bit of care (need dry cleaning items colors from dust and other contamination is very soft and thick pen, brush).
And then they will long to please You with its beauty!