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6857:1960's Japanese Woman's Nagajuban Fabric, Deadstock Silk, by Yard

6857: 1960s Nagajuban Silk, close1

Catalog# 6315

1960's Japanese Interwoven Patterned Silk Fabric 
for Woman's Kimono Nagajuban
(Great for textile art dyeing, making scarves etc)

Width: 13.5 inches / 34.29 cm

Length: 1 Yard / 91.44 cm

 US$15.00 per yard

Shipping Included Under 4 Lbs package weight to USA

Fabric History/Pedigree: 1960's, pieces derived from deadstock roll of Japanese silk (Deadstock means old inventory which is like new but has been in storage, never been used.)

Fabric Description:
 Lightweight, but non-translucent fabric used to make woman's under-kimono (nagajuban) or higher-end kimono liner; nice drape, good for making scarf, accessories or for textile art dyeing; higher grade Japanese silk.; Fabric is highly textured with classical patterns throughout in relief caused by the weaving; designs: floral, pine trees, switchgrass, and traditional clouds designs fill the fabric.

Colors: Background is solid off-white to cream color.

Condition: Excellent.

Note: If buying multiples of this, it will be sent in uncut length.

    $ 15.00

    6857:1960's Japanese Woman's Nagajuban Fabric, Deadstock Silk, by Yard