LOVE & TRANSMISSION #TeaCaddy #Kaikado #TravelSet #TeaCanister #MadeInJapan Kaikado's 5th and 7th Generation Work Together This 開化堂 #Kaikado picture epitomizes so well what Jardins Florian stands for: Love, Craftsmanship and Transmission (which you might want to call sustainability of humanity...). Thanks for this great example and tender picture! Shop here http://www.jardinsflorian.com/collections/food-tableware/products/kaikado-stackable-tea-caddy-ltd-ed
OK this, this.. is an impressive thing..note the functional detail on the saddle/stirrups - someone did this pretty much all day long - look closely at the extreme left of the image and you can see the boots of the OSHA inspector who's just fainted.
A serious-looking young photographer, Vera Irene Constable, works to set up a circa 1912 shot starring her father, blacksmith William (Bill) Constable, centre, and a co-worker. Vera’s preparations were the subject for London photographer Henry (Harry) Hines, who worked extensively with subjects in the East of Adelaide neighbourhood where the Constables lived. (Photo from Hines Studio Collection, Western Archives, Western University)