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IISE's Traditional Korean Door and Window-Inspired Accessories Collection

Korean accessories maker IISE presents a capsule collection consisting of a wallet and card holders

Korean accessories maker IISE presents a capsule collection consisting of a wallet and card holders inspired by traditional sliding doors. Known as ‘A Ja Sal Mun,’ the doors date back to the 1300s and were typically constructed out of wood and paper made from the inner bark of the Hanji, or Korean Mulberry Tree. The accessories at hand were created out of hand-cut textured leather panels to emulate this traditional design. The accessories each come in a special package made from Hanji paper sealed with red candle wax and include an info card about the collection. The limited edition pieces are all currently available over at the brand’s webstore.

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