7632: 1930s-1950s Japanese Silk Nagajuban Fabric Piece 50 inches(AraiHari)
1930s-1950s Japanese Textiles (Arai Hari):
Nagajuban-Type Silk Fabric
Fully Interwoven w/Classic Designs
Width:14 inches / 35.56 cm
Length: 50 inches / 127 cm
US$16.00 per piece
Fabric History/Pedigree: 1930s-1950s fabric from under-kimono, pieces from an Arai Hari (special Japanese kimono cleaner -- see info on Arai-Hari HERE from John Marshall, expert on Japanese textiles .
Fabric Description Details:
This type of silk was derived from a nagajuban (under-kimono) for women, it is very lightweight, soft, and translucent; the background color is rust-red with interwoven classic motifs throughout, including shrines/pagodas, bamboo fences, pine trees, round berries on branches, maple leaves and clouds; also, some white and yellow thin single line borders and accents on clouds, pagoda, leaves, and berries; sheen on both sides.
Recommended for making scarf, accessories.
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