This stylish keyring is decorated with the simple reinterpretation of Chogakbo patchwork design. Chogakbo is the patchwork wrapping cloth that Korean housewives made with leftover pieces of fabric. Chogakbo is appraised by art critics as a fine art with its refined composition and harmonious color combination from different leftover cloth pieces, even though the tradition of chogakbo making began because of practical uses in the home; for example, it was used as a screen as well as a wrapper for clothes, bedding or gifts. It has found another wonderful use in this keyring.
The embossed pattern on the backside surface, which helps prevent slipping, adds beautiful panache to this keyring. The arrangement of intricate design's iridescence and color of mother of pearl makes it an impressive item for collection. Read More