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Hikeshi-Banten, Late 1800s Japanese Sashiko-Sakiori Hanten Fireman's Jacket link Hikeshi-banten in Japanese, a fireman's jacket is a several fabric layered handmade garment fashioned from ... read more
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
price:  sold
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
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
price:  SOLD
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
price:  SOLD
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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