5152:1940's Japanese Meisen Silk Piece 1 yard
1940's Japanese Meisen Silk Fabric
Width:14.5 inches / 36.8cm
Length: 1 yard / 91cm
US$10.00 per piece(plus shipping)
Item Details and Description
This fabric has muted mustard color background with stylized peonies(we think) in diamond shape and symmetrical layout; floral motif is burgundy in color; Each diamond-shaped flower measures 8.5 inches (21.6cm) in longest dimension; Fabric has slight sheen; Designs same on both sides.
Condition: EXCELLENT, Like new.
"...Young women have rediscovered(Japan Times) the kimono, and you can see them out in Harajuku on the Sunday fashion parade. There's even a term for these girls -- not surprisingly they are called "kimono girls." There are even some nice books documenting the trend which you can check out at J-List and are definitely worth having if you are at all into fashion...."The meisen kimono in particular has become very popular. These kimono were made in the first half of the twentieth century, and were characterized by a glossy sheen, and brilliant patterns. There is often a sort of blurry quality to the silks...."
Regular price $ 15.00 Sale price $ 10.00
Regular price $ 12.00 Sale price $ 10.00
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