Furuya Korin Notecard Box

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Furuya Korin (1875 - 1910) was a Japanese designer and painter. His woodblock-printed books of textile designs, created in the first decade of the 20th century, feature brilliant abstract patterns, textures, and colors drawn from nature. A master Meiji-era painter, Furuya Korin's work combines traditional Japanese decorative styles with those of the French Art Nouveau.

These QuickNotes boxed notecards are full color, collectible greeting / notecards that are blank inside and can be used to convey personal greetings, thank-yous and invitations. 

The box holds 20 full color cards with and 20 classic white envelopes. 4 notecard styles are included, all wrapped up in a keepsake box with magnetized lid.

  • 20/ full color, 4x5" notecards and envelopes
  • 5 cards each of 4 images
  • Packaged in a keepsake box with magnetic lid
  • Measures 4.5 x 5.5 x 1.5 inches