Kazumi Murose: Create a Feast of Luxury and Art
The themes of Urushi patterns are diverse, including flowers, animals, landscapes, figures, etc. Each work has its own unique style and artistic value.
Famous for its exquisite techniques, delicate patterns and ornate decorations, Urushi is not only a representative of Japanese lacquer art, but also an important part of Japanese traditional crafts and culture.
In 2010, to honor the first anniversary of our flagship 20-million yen store in Tokyo, VERTU collaborated with Kazumi Murose, a holder of the title of an important intangible culture in Japan, on a new phone series.
The limited-edition VERTU Signature Auspicious offers four seasonal designs in the artist’s intricate lacquer art. Each expresses the essence of spring, summer, autumn, or winter.