Double Ninth in Kumquat

The Double Ninth festival celebrates the ninth day in the ninth month of the Chinese lunar calendar. Lore has it that the day commemorates the time when Huang Jing defeated a terrible monster, though today the festival celebrates chrysanthemums and family.

Chinese families visit ancestral graves to pay respects, lay out food offerings and chrysanthemum wine, and burn incense. Children recite poems about chrysanthemums and elders drink chrysanthemum tea.

GROUND: 100% Belgian linen

WIDTH: 54 inches 

REPEAT: 18"H x 18"V

CARE: Dry clean only 

COLORWAYS: Kumquat

Sold by the yard, price upon request.

Digitally printed in the USA using water-based pigment dyes, free from the synthetic chemicals found in other dyes. 

Available by the yard through our showrooms.