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Japanese "Furushiki" cotton cloth, which was folded and tied for carrying small objects. Made from three strips of cloth hand stitched together. ... read more
price:  125Euros incl. p+p
Japanese "Furushiki" cotton cloth, which was folded and tied for carrying small objects. Made from three strips of cloth hand stitched together. ... read more
price:  SOLD, thanks
Japanese "Furushiki" cotton cloth that with the 4 corners folded over and tied together was used for carrying small objects. Butterfly and ... read more
price:  55 Euros incl. p+p
Japanese "Furushiki" cotton cloth used for carrying small objects. Made from three strips of cloth hand stitched together. a "kamon" family crest ... read more
price:  95 Euros incl. p+p
Antique Japanese Bashofu Kimono item j178 The fabric of this Japanese kimono is made from the very finely spun bast ... read more
price:  sold
This is a stunning and beautifully constructed long shibori work coat, or nagagi, from the Tohoku region of Japan. This particular shibori ... read more
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Meiji Boro Futon - Indigo, Stripes and Lattices This is a wonderful antique Japanese boro futon cover from the early Meiji period (late ... read more
price:  1050.00
This is a Japanese cotton boy's kimono with elaborately dyed dots, and a brilliant red sea bream, or porgy. This child's kimono, ... read more
price:  $160
This is a large, Japanese antique indigo dyed cotton noren from the Meiji period. The fabric itself is made of thick, hand ... read more
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Meiji water can for ceremonial tea, Japan. Pot is 28 cm. high (47 cm. with handle), 37 cm. wide, with a 78 ... read more
This is a large, heavily patched fragment of a Japanese boro futon cover. There are over sixty pieces of cloth on this ... read more
price:  sold
Japanese Fisherman's Winter Jacket One-Of-A-Kind Boro Jacket Indigo, Home Spun Cotton Boro patched, then patched again Sashiko, Hand Loomed Sakiori From Hyogo Prefecture "Sea ... read more
price:  5700.00
This a large swath of Japanese shibori cotton. Shibori is a Japanese term for several methods of dying cloth with a pattern ... read more
price:  sold
Japanese silk Meisen kimono, circa 1930, stenciprinted warp threads woven with geometric design, in good condition
price:  sold
Japanese silk meisen kimono, stencil-printed weft threads woven with waves and seagulls design in red and pale blue, circa 1930, two small ... read more
price:  £360
Japanese cotton indigo Noren (curtains) in tsutsugaki (rice paste resist dyeing)with stylized butterfly in the centre and flowers on the corners in ... read more
price:  P.O.R.
Japanese cotton futon cover with phoenix design in tsutsugaki (rise paste resist dyeing, late 19th century, in indigo and colours 190 by 130 ... read more
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This is a shibori yukata. The shibori process is arashi shibori, where the cloth is wrapped around a pole and then dyed. ... read more
price:  $495
striking Kesa (japanese priest robe)
price:  2400 £
Japanese ceremonial brocade cloth,Uchishiki?,dated:6.May 1869,"Peaceful education,pure heart to the big sister...",cm 81x167,very good condition
price:  P.O.R
Beautiful Kimono, 1940s?, printed silk damask, an english size 10
price:  360 £
This is a Japanese farmer's jacket made of indigo dyed hemp. What is striking about this jacket is that the garment was ... read more
price:  $475
This is a rare and unusual boro item. This Japanese furoshiki or wrapping cloth is made of pieces of nobori, which are ... read more
price:  sold
This is a fabulous men's patchwork juban. This unique kimono is made from cotton tenugui or Japanese hand towels that were pieced ... read more
price:  $450
This is a vintage Japanese indigo dyed furoshiki, or wrapping cloth. The cloth is comprised of four 14" panels of fabric which ... read more
price:  $265
Resist dyed felt, Indigo dye Japan Late 19th/ early 20th Century
price:  POR
Original Japanese woodblock triptych by Adachi Ginko (active 1874 - 1897) with six ladies in western dress sewing. Signed Shosai Ginko and artist's ... read more
price:  SOLD
silk michiyuki coat, japan, taisho period.
Japanese kimono style silk garment with shibori hand dyed decoration, plain silk lining. Early 20th century.
price:  60 euros
Japanese woman's kimono style silk garment with Shibori Konoko style design, silk lining in Shibori (te-kumo). Early 20th century.
price:  80 euros
This is a cotton Buddhist pilgrim's jacket. The jacket was worn by a pilgrim on their journey to Shikoku island as they ... read more
price:  sold
This is a striking shibori dyed han juban, which is often worn underneath a kimono. Shibori is a Japanese dying technique where ... read more
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a ‘Nicholas de Staël’ silk Obi, Japan, Showa (circa 1950), cm 353x31. The ‘obi’ is a sash for traditional Japanese dresses, and ... read more
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This is a gorgeous antique hand spun and handwoven Japanese cotton bag, that was once used to store urushi lacquer bowls. The ... read more
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This is cotton noragi or Japanese worker's jacket. Made entirely of indigo, this noragi's hand-stitched sashiko design is a simple and geometric ... read more
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This is a Japanese indigo dyed cotton shibori kimono. a combination of shibori dying techniques are used to achieve this beautiful stream ... read more
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This is an antique boro sodenashi, or sleeveless vest. The intricately patched inside of this vest is what makes this piece truly ... read more
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a charming silk bag which has been hand embroidered with a fan, cherry blossom and bamboo motif. Likely used to present a ... read more
price:  $60
This is an antique cotton apron, or maekake, made of hand loomed katazome cotton. Dating from the early Meiji period (1868-1912), this ... read more
price:  $160
a furisode [wedding kimono] edo period, (early 19th CENTURY) Printed and embroidered with %Ishibori%i leaves and red embroidered plum blossom, with padded hem and long ... read more
price:  POR
This is a beautiful girl's hemp kimono with hand painted motifs of crane and pine. For the Japanese, the crane--or tsuru--is considered ... read more
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This is an antique Japanese floor cushion, or zabuton. The zabuton is made of beautiful katazome dyed cotton and lined with hand ... read more
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This a large swath of Japanese shibori cotton. Shibori is a Japanese term for several methods of dying cloth with a pattern ... read more
price:  SOLD
This is a boro sodenashi, or sleeveless jacket. This garment is part of a Japanese farmer's work wear and is well worn, ... read more
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a well-worn cotton sodenashi, or work vest. It's weft is woven using shreds of fabric salvaged from other garments or cloth, with ... read more
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This is a unique Buddhist's pilgrim towel. This item accompanied a pilgrim on their journey to Shikoku island as they attempted to ... read more
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These are handwoven antique zabuton, Japanese cushions used to sit on the floor. This pair of zabuton are made from hand spun ... read more
price:  sold
Japanese indigo resist-dyed long cotton textile strip (almost 12 feet long by 13" wide)
price:  POR
Tsutsugaki ‘noshi’ futonji panel, Japan, Meiji (circa 1880), cm 96x33. a really lovely panel fragment from a bedding cloth (futonji), decorated in ... read more
price:  please enquire
Kasuri cotton ‘flaming’ panel, Japan, Meiji (circa 1880), cm 99x33. ‘kasuri’ is the Japanese term for what is commonly knows as ikat ... read more
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Two cotton indigo panels with ‘waves’ and ‘wheel of the Law’ patterns, Japan, Showa (circa 1950’s), cm 150x35 each. An interesting find. ... read more
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‘Art Nouveau’ silk urushi Obi, Japan, Showa (circa 1940), cm 353x31. The ‘obi’ is a sash for traditional Japanese dresses, and a ... read more
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Indigo Kumo Shibori ‘zoikin’, Japan, Taisho (c.1920), 134x33cm. The common English translation of the Japanese word shibori is "tie-dye". However, a more ... read more
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Large Japanese book of French textile samples with title Façon Moderne published by a Japanese textile firm in 1926. The book ... read more
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Japanese boro square panel made with two large fragments from a tsutsugaki textile, a blue and white cotton fragment printed with a ... read more
price:  On request
Phoenix feather and pawlonia indigo tsutsugaki panel, Japan, Meiji (circa 1890), cm 157x32. Striking panel of hand-drawn rice-paste resisted tsutsugaki indigo cotton, ... read more
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Asa Katazome textile panel, Japan, Meiji (circa 1890), cm88x32. Katazome is a resist dye technique in which a paste of rice ... read more
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‘Stone pavement’ silk Obi, Japan, Showa (circa 1940), cm 341x31. The ‘obi’ is a sash for traditional Japanese dresses, and a part ... read more
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Indigo Kumo Shibori panel, Japan, Taisho (c.1920), 117x67cm. The common English translation of the Japanese word shibori is "tie-dye". However, a more ... read more
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Japanese paper stencil (katagami) for textile dying. Early 20th century. Fine design of banana leafs. 24,5x41,5 cm. Good conditions.
price:  SOLD
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