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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #1322106 (stock #MISC1405)
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$85.00
A rustic and attractive condition sake-bukuro with many old mending stitches. Made from cotton canvas dyed with persimmon juice to strengthen the fabric. One side is a lot darker, chocolate brown, than the other side. 12" x 30"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1940 item #1321298 (stock #KIM1501)
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$820.00
This summer Akaso kimono is one of the rarest kasuri kimonos, simply because the production itself gradually disappeared around the Taisho era (the early 1900s) of Japanese history. Akaso, literally means 'red hemp', was a part of the finest hemp textiles in Omi area (current Shiga prefecture). Red hemp was used for the meticulous production process and it was a very high quality textile. The patterns used on Akaso are commonly abstract or small as you see on this particular kimono...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1940 item #1315553 (stock #MISC1502)
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$180.00
The ojiya chijimi is originated in the Echigo region (curretnt Niigata prefecture) back in 17th century. The hemp fabric like this piece is woven by spinning the weft thread tightly, creating a distinctive crease called a shibo, a vertical texture pattern. Throughout the history of the textile making, the Echigo-jofu hemp has been one of the finests and they are almost silk-like feel as you touch them. This fabric, a feather like lightweight, shows a simple and abstract kasuri pattern...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1950 item #1313804 (stock #OBI1502)
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$110.00
Bold and multicolor and irregular stripes which create sakiori ori obis like this peace so unique and precious. Rustic surface and warm textures are another attractive elements of those. This particular obi, we brought back from Shimane prefecture, shows lovely peppermint green and burgundy red, along with cherry blossom pink, bold black and etc. The condition is wonderful except one little ware from use and age (please see the image). Ca. early to mid 1900s. 5" wide 100" long...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1950 item #1286462 (stock #KIDSKIM49)
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$180.00
A lovely true red (the site may show you in "orange-red" but it is a true crimson red) kimono for girl, depicted with 'Takara-bune' treasure ship (an auspicious symbol), two children riding on the ship, and many graceful cranes flying over, a dynamic, cheerful, and rare design, made from fine chirimen silk and fully lined with a red silk fabric, in exquisite condition (never been worn) Ca. Early to mid 1900s. 48"wide 52"long. Please contact us for a shipping fee and information.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #1265775 (stock #KIM902)
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$120.00
A bold and dynamic Taisho era meisen kimono, patterned with ikat weaving of vivid red jyuji (cross) and igeta (the pattern originated from wood/bamboo frame on the edge of the above-ground parts of the well), unlined 'hitoe' kimono for summer use. Ca. Early 1900s (Taisho era). Dimensions: Sleeve to sleeve 50" Shoulder to the bottom hem 61"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1950 item #1262162 (stock #OBI820)
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$40.00
Possessed such a warm surface texture, made from persimmon juice dye (kakishibu) hand-span cotton, slightly worn and color fading areas due to the use and the age, both ends with small indigo thread stitches, Ca. early 1900s. 3.5"wide 114"long
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #1260830 (stock #OBI1401)
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$180.00
Chuya obi, literally means 'day and night', originally black on one side and white on the other and changed to more colorful patterns and textures over the time, on this obi lovely blue birds flying over erradescent pine trees on the espresso brown and another erradescent copper brown abstract-pattern background, on the other side earlier maru-obi textile is used, with subtle color and patterns, made from silk, originate from Kyoto, Japan. Ca early to mid 1900s. 11 1/2"w 144"long
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #1260822 (stock #AG917)
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$30.00
This itomaki spool has a bamboo stem in the center and does fold to flat. Lovely piece to use as a small display stand. un-refinished and rustic condition. Ca. early to mid 1900s. 5 3/4"w 5 3/4"d 7 3/4" h
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1940 item #1260089 (stock #MISC1402)
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$120.00
An old style everyday kasuri/ikat wear with small sleeves, deep indigo dyed with igata (two lines crossed) and maru (a circle) pattern, believed to be from Iyo-region of Shikoku island. Ca. early 1900s. Great condition. 40"wide (sleeve to sleeve) 47.5 "long (shoulder to the bottom hem).
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1920 item #1212526 (stock #AG826)
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$160.00
These rare group of wooden weights (sit rods) were used as weights for straw mat weavings. Beautifully aged weight rods are assumed to be from Akita (the northern Japanese region) and they are tied tother with 'ara-nawa' (a rough straw rope). Each one is made from Japanese hard wood and one of them is recognized as a cherry wood from the distinguished surface texture. An unique discovery from our latest trip. Ca. Early 1900s. Dimensions: between 6-8" long 1.5-2" diameter.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1980 item #1188577 (stock #MISC1006)
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$60.00
This Japanese sake-bukuro bag has very attractive mendings and aged patinas as the images show. The bag is made from cotton canvas and it was dyed with persimmon juice to enhance its strength. The frugal beauty is certainly manifested on this fabric. One side of the bag is tone due to the age and use. Ca. Early to mid 1900s. Dimensions: 8.5" wide by 29" Please also visit our website: www.ichoya.com Thank you.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #1159219 (stock #MISC1209)
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$30.00
This lovely red Japanese obi-age shows the precise work of kanoko-shibori texture, which forms elegant pine and floral motifs. It is made from feather-like light weight silk and has solid both ends. It will make a lovely scarf for all seasons. Ca. Early to mid 1900s. 6"wide 38" long. Please also visit our main site www.ichoya.com Thank you.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1980 item #1012206 (stock #OBI811)
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$160.00
This is an obi for young girls and it is simply a cheerful piece. The obi depicts with large-circled peonies in orangey-red color. Children’s obis generally show large designs in order to be bold and energetic and this one is definitely a good example. The obi is made from silk is in excellent condition. Ca. Mid 1900s. Dimensions: 8” wide and 126” long.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1970 item #966579 (stock #MISC1001)
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$40.00
This mid1900s Japanese furoshiki (portable-wrapping-cloth) depicts a Tengu character, a supernatural creature found in Japanese folklore, on the each corner. The furoshiki is made from sturdy cotton and dyed in dark brown. Along with Tengu image, there are three business phone numbers in Osaka, Japan (The ladies department, The gentleman's department, The evening contact). It is graphically very unique and humorous. Dimensions: 62" x 66"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #954470 (stock #OBI607)
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$360.00
This striking maru obi is probably from the mid 1900s. The classic maru obi is made from silk and it depicts alarge and dynamic circular designs of crane and floral motifs. The colors that show on this obi are orange, apricot, peach, black, green, and gold. The obi will make a cheerful and festive accent for your holiday decor. Circa Early to mid 1900s This particular obi is 10.5" in width and 128" in length.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #949442 (stock #MH501)
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$280.00
The interior of this Japanese Men's haori depicts an auspicious takarabune-boat, which carries a variety of tresures. The boat itself is a large lobster and it is surrounded by more auspicious motifs, such as snappers and corals. The exterior of the haori is solid black and five mon-crests, which is the most formal attire. Dimensions: Body Length: Approximately 39" Sleeve to Sleeve: Approximately 50" Body Width: Approximately 23.5
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #946090 (stock #KAS917)
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$60.00
This country style hippari jacket was probably worn by a young girl because of its small size. The hippari has two pair of ties to close the front and small "air pockets" under both arms. The pattern shows many colorful circles and the red color especially creates a lovely and cheerful impression. The end of arms are both elastic. The cotton lining inside is slightly worn due to the age and use. The kasuri is assumed to be from Iyo (currently Ehime prefecture). Ca...