6187:1960's Japanese Deadstock Silk Piece, Tea Ceremony,1 yard
1960s Deadstock Silk Fabric
Tea Ceremony Motifs
(Man's Haori Liner or Nagajuban Usage)
Width:14.25 inches / 36.8cm
US$10.00 per yard
Item Details and Description
- Fabric History/Pedigree: 1960's, Found as a roll.
- Fabric Description: Deadstock(never used), Japanese vintage kimono fabric.
- Fabric Type: lightweight, slightly translucent; probably intended for use in making either a liner for a man's kimono or possibly a nagajuban(under-kimono).
- Colors: Light tan background with slight shifts around the background fields; motifs in blacks, browns and olive-greens.
- Motifs: Utensils, containers related to traditional Japanese tea ceremony, to include poems and some pine branches and a line which represents a hillside.
- Condition: Excellent
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