5784: 1950's Japanese Kimono Fabric,Mock-Shibori Print on Silk,by yard
1950's Deadstock Kimono Silk
Width: 13.66 inches / 34.7 cm
Length: 1 Yard / 91.44 cm
US$10.00 per yard
USA Shipping included under 4 pounds package weight
Item Details and Description
Fabric History/Pedigree: 1950's pieces derived from deadstock roll of kimono silk; (Deadstock means old inventory which is like new, but has been in storage, never been used)
Fabric Description: Thin, light-weight Japanese vintage silk kimono fabric designed for use in making woman's silk kimono, probably for nagajuban; Mock-shibori dot-grid patterns as well as chrysanthemums, grape vines, pines and peonies are printed on one side (mostly visible on reverse as fabric is thin). Color is shuiro, a vermillion sort of orange traditionally thought to ward off evil spirits , be good luck, common color seen in historical wedding kimonos; designs are in several shades of cream color.
Note: If buying multiples of this, it will be sent in uncut length.
Regular price $ 15.00 Sale price $ 10.00
Regular price $ 10.00 Sale price $ 8.00