5460:1960's Japanese Woman's Nagajuban Fabric,Deadstock Mock-Silk
1960's Japanese Mock-Silk Fabric
for Woman's Nagajuban(under-kimono)
Sold in 2 yards minimum,
one yard multiples after that
Width: 14 inches / 35.6 cm
Length: 2 Yards / 1.83m
Price per 2 yard-piece (1.83m): US$10.00
Shipping Included Under 4 Lbs to USA
Item Details and Description
Fabric History/Pedigree: 1960's, pieces derived from deadstock roll of Japanese polyester mock-silk (Deadstock means old inventory which is like new but has been in storage, never been used.)
Fabric Description: lightweight fabric used to make woman's under-kimono(nagajuban) or kimono liner.Colors: Background is extremely pale aqua-green; flowers are a vermillion red-orange.
Motifs: This is a common classic traditional Japanese motif using very small gapped interwoven geometric grids (with the ancient shrine symbol embedded) and stylized plum blossoms in a loose grid throughout; Flowers are 3/8" (9.53mm) diameter; often called 'komon' in Japanese (meaning 'small family crest').
Condition: Excellent. Washable, strong.
Note: If buying multiples of this, it will be sent in uncut length. 2 yards minimum order, additional yardage at one-yard lengths.IF ORDERING over 2 yards, please EMAIL First and we'll send invoice to factor in the US$ 5.00-yard rate.
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