5512: 1960's Japanese Silk Kimono Fabric, Undyed Tango Chirimen

 5512 Tango Chirimen Silk Kimono Fabric,undyed closeup

Catalog #5512

Vintage Japanese Textiles:

 1960's Japanese  Silk
Undyed Tango Chirimen Silk Kimono Fabric by yard

Interwoven Designs 
Never Dyed, Natural Silk Color
(light beige-white/ivory)

Width:14 inches / 35.56 cm
Length: 1 yard  / .91 m

US$10.00 per yard 
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Item Details and Description

Fabric History/Pedigree: 1960's fabric, deadstock (like new, never used from another era) for use in making higher end lady's silk kimono; 100% Japanese silk of type called Tango Chirimen (Tango means Kyoto(City/Area): to learn more click HERE.); This is a very special chirimen (crepe) type; Received as a full roll; designs shown are continuous.

Fabric Type: Light-weight pale creamy ivory color silk -- the natural color of undyed chirimen (crepe, textured) silk; designs are interwoven so on both sides of traditional stylized rendering representing clouds;.

(TECH NOTE: We have intentionally under-exposed some of the images to better reveal the interwoven designs; our pictures show more milk-white in most images here, but in incandescent room light this fabric is definitely a sort of light ivory in color -- the color of raw silk.)

Condition: Excellent.

NOTE: Multiple lengths ordered will be sent in one uncut piece. We have at least 12 yards in this roll; if you want the entire roll please contact us for a quote (discounted).

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$ 10.00

5512: 1960's Japanese Silk Kimono Fabric, Undyed Tango Chirimen