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No.035 - In The Mood For Love - Vintage Archive Poster Prints


This beautiful textile design originally created in the 1930's illustrates a repeat pattern of dancing Chrysanthemums, The birth flower of November.


The Chinese name for this flower means: 'the essence of the sun', symbolising longevity and health. Chrysanthemums originated in China and were imported into Japan as a medicinal plant.

Chrysanthemum, are called “kiku” in Japanese, they still represent the flower of the monarchy which are referred to as the Chrysanthemum Throne, the 16-petal chrysanthemum is used for the imperial seal. It is thought that the the chrysanthemum became the imperial symbol when the emperor Go-Toba (r. 1183–98) chose the flower as his personal emblem.

This archive print has been lovingly restored and reproduced using digital printing and ethically sourced materials. 

A limited-edition, 50 prints available.


Lead time is 1-2 weeks from purchase date

Made in

Printed in the UK


Eco Art Paper


A1, A2, A3, A4