5259: 1960's Japanese Silk Piece,Nagajuban Fabric,Deadstock, 2+ yds(79") 2m
(Fine High Quality Silk Nagajuban Fabric)
Width:14.25 inches / 36.8cm
Item Details and Description
Fabric History/Pedigree: 1960's, pieces derived from deadstock roll of nagajuban (under-kimono) top quality silk; (Deadstock means old inventory which is like new, but has been in storage, never been used)
Fabric Description: Higher quality Japanese vintage silk kimono fabric used to make woman's nagajuban (under-kimono) and/or fine liner for ceremonial kimono.
Fabric Type: Top grade excellent light weight Japanese silk, nice drape.
Measurements: width=14.25 inches/36.2cm; Length= 79" (2m).
Colors: gradation coloring of light to burnished pastel pinks, some blush of very light aqua green seen in incandescent light depending on angle of view.
Motifs: Swaths in bands arching across width at angles with overlaying and interpsersed ceremonial floral wheels (a common decor theme taken from traditional royal flower carts from Edo era).
Condition: Excellent, like new.
- Recommended for making scarf or other designer creative projects.
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