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    Always in the air, a hint of decoration to chinese gives your interior a touch of elegance and your environment is transported... MOODS Of ASIA

    In this category you will find decorations of Burma, decorations, Laos, decorations of Vietnam, of the decorations of Japan.

    Always in the air, a hint of decoration to chinese gives your interior a touch of elegance and your environment is transported... MOODS Of ASIA

    In this category you will find decorations of Burma, decorations, Laos, decorations of Vietnam, of the decorations of Japan.

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    Decoration There are 78 products.

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    • Chinese Vases

      You will find vases and porcelain former, copies of the Ming and old parts of French Indochina.

    • Statues chinese
      Statues and figurines
    • Jewellery boxes chinese
      Make your choice among this large selection of jewelry boxes, boxes, sewing boxes, picnic, whatever their origins; Vietnam lacquer inlaid with mother-of-pearl or lacquer eggshell, China, reproduction of old wood and fittings in brass or imitation leather... And these beautiful boxes with games, checkers, chinese mahjong or chess games that will make the pleasure of your guests.
    • Lamps chinese
      Lamps, sconces, lanterns chinese.
    • Chinese mirrors
      Mirrors
    • Objects of fengshui
      Feng Shui which means wind and water, is an ancient art of chinese origin, allowing the arrangement of dwellings as a function of the flow visible (mountain, water) flows and invisible (the wind) in order to obtain a balance of forces and a movement of energies. During several thousands of years, sages scholars have studied the natural elements surrounding us to arrive at a comprehensive understanding of the mechanisms terrestrial, human and celestial. Over time, the knowledge evolved and changed. In the west, the masters combine the Feng Shui Compass which comes from the traditional Feng Shui and is based on the cardinal directions and the Feng Shui of the door, which takes as main reference the entry doors of the home and each piece that composes it. But the basic principles of the different Feng-Shui remain the same, and we find the five elements (Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood) as well as the matches for the colors and materials, and thus the use of the compass Feng Shui.
    • Baskets chinese

      Baskets

    • Services chinese

      You have the choice between tea of China, services to japanese sake, services fondue vietnamese...

    • Paintings and chinese...

      You are a lover of the delicacy, detail and harmony of colors, then you will be seduced by the many paintings vietnamese inlaid with mother-of-pearl burgautées symbolically depicting the four seasons asian, monuments to the vietnamese in South Vietnam, Annam, Northern Vietnam among the kakémono japanese.

    • Doors and shutters...
    • Chinese games
    • Outdoor decoration

      Make your garden Feng Shui by integrating among your flowers, bedding and trees, Buddhas carved in stone, garden lamps zhen and other umbrellas balinese.

    • Decorations chinese
      Decorative objects chinese, vietnamese, thai for your home.
    • Embroidery ancient...

      For scholars in the field of chinese embroidery ancient and for all those who have the love of beautiful things, you will enjoy of embroidery, ancient chinese woven by the ethnic minority Miao of southern China (parts of Guizhou and Yunnan). These rare embroideries of the chinese you will not find on the sites to tourists, are negotiated in the remote villages of Yunnan by our chinese contact from him even of the ethnic Hmong people.

      All of these reasons, geometric and other, find themselves in batik, a technique invented by the Hmong (ethnic minority in southern China and emigrated to Viet Nam in the north) before being learned by the Chinese. Batik is often incorporated to areas that were embroidered in a composition more or less complex. The oldest chinese embroidery ever discovered is dated there are more than 2 000 years.

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