This set of original handmade linocut ornaments features a quirky set of sushi and maki rolls. Each ornament was letterpress printed by hand from hand-carved linoleum blocks on an antique Vandercook cylinder press, then hand-painted with watercolor. The prints are mounted to acid-free gray board and secured with a cream-colored satin ribbon. You can learn more about the handmade process behind these ornaments by reading the on the blog about the Kitty ornaments set.
These heirloom-quality ornaments are perfect for making your holiday tree a treat tasty enough to eat—or for adding a humourous year-round accent to your home.
This edition is limited to 200 sets—once they sell out, they will not be reprinted, so grab yours before they disappear forever! This is one of two 2012 sets, part of an ongoing series. The ornaments are not numbered, but each is hand-lettered with the name of each type of sushi and the year.
The set includes 6 different designs:
• Ebi (shrimp sushi)
• Sake (salmon nigiri)
• Maguro (tuna nigiri)
• Hosomaki (tuna & cucumber rolls)
• Uramaki (“inside-out” roll)
• Tamago (sweet egg omelet)
Limited edition of 200 sets
The ornaments are approximately 2 x 3 inches (5.1 x 7.6 cm) each.
Because each ornament is hand-painted and completely handmade, no two are precisely alike. Please allow for slight differences and color variations from what is pictured here.
This original artwork is copyright Chandler O’Leary 2012. Copyright is not transferable with the sale of these ornaments. The buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights.
These ornaments are packaged in a clear poly sleeve and will ship in a USPS Priority Mail flat-rate box. WA state residents are subject to sales tax.