The owners of Lotus Arts de Vivre travel around the world and search for textiles, which can be converted into pocket squares. The textiles used range from antique Japanese Kimonos, to Rajasthan turban and Sari silks, and old silk batiks from Indonesia.
The concept of the pocket square goes all the way back to the ancient Greeks. Wealthy Greeks carried around perfumed hankies as early as 500 B.C. English and French noblemen carried perfumed and embroidered pocket squares in order to cover their noses when walking among normal citizens in the streets.
Pocket squares are still today a very fashionable piece of accessory for any formal, casual or business attire.
Approximate Size of each pocket square: 30-40 cm2
Approximate Size of each Rattan Box: 15.5 cmx 15.5 cm.
Approximate Weight of each Set (6 Pieces): 200 g.