Sensu means "folding fan," and refers to the small fans decorating the kimono. Each tiny fan is made of a different wood type, bringing depth to the piece.
Sensu means "folding fan" and is a marquetry art piece. It is part of Natasha's Kimonos² collection.
The background is maple. Dyed maple is used for the kimono, with a variety of wood species, including lacewood and rosewood, used for the fans.
These pieces can be displayed in series - as a triptych, for example - or as Natasha displays them: individually, mounted on easels.
Mounting hardware can be installed upon request.
- Dyed Maple
6" x 6" x 1"