This is Furosiki used in the Tohoku district in the Meiji era. This is dyed with a natural indigo plant. This is thick cotton spun by Hand. It is done Sashiko with a white cotton thread. This Furosiki has a big family coat of arms performed quilting of by the center. This is very rare. Size 53cm x 48cm (60.2 "x 51.1") of the family coat of arms. There is two places of small hurt such as this F1 image. There is the small repair such as this F2 image on the back side two places...
This is a furoshiki used in Kyoto in the Taisho era. The motif is Amaryuu and Tsurumaru. Amaryuu of praying for rain have a meaning. In the Taisho era, solid cotton spread out to the general public in a city including Kyoto. This has very few changes of color, but the state is good. Kyoto. Size: 106cm x 102cm (41.7 "x 40.1")
This is cotton Furosiki used in Kyoto in the Edo era. It is thick, and this is good cotton of a good texture of the ramming down. This is dyed with an artistic portrait of a lion and Katazome of the peony pattern and a brown plain fabric. There is small hole, damage the stain such as this F1 ~ F4 image. However, the condition is good generally. Size: 99cm x 106cm (38.9 “ x 41.7cm)
This is Asamai-sibori of the Akita area of the Edo era. It is dyed with an indigo plant of nature. This is good-quality thick cotton spun by hand. This is woven with a good-quality cotton thread spun in the country. The feel is good, and it is comfortable to eyes. A technique of good Shibori was introduced into the Asamai district from the Narumi district late in the Edo era. This is an expression method of early Asamai-Shibori. It is the simplest expression method of good-quality Shibori...
This is a child kimono of Shirakage-shibori made in the Narumi district in the Meiji era. The cotton is spun by hand. This is dyed with a natural indigo plant. As for this, Shippou pattern increases Tomoe pattern. This has several places of thin stains, but does not attract attention. Size: 113cm x 108cm (44.4 "x 42.5")
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This is Katsugi dyed with an indigo plant of the Edo era. This is made with high-quality hemp. The whole is dyed in Katazome. The part of the hem is drawn in Tsutsukaki. A rich family used Katsugi at the time of ceremonial occasion. This type of Katsugi was used in a part of Yamagata mainly...
This is Umakake used in the Taisho era. It is very thick cotton of the indigo dyeing. It was woven firmly this was woven with two big cotton threads and to be able to tolerate heavy baggage. As for this, a thin stain is seen in an image after the fifth. There is no damage. This is performed indigo dyeing of by Ichimatsu pattern and is very beautiful. Size: 138cm x 98cm (54.3 "x38.5")
This is Tsutsugaki Yogi of the indigo dyeing tea service set of the Edo era. The cotton is spun by hand and is very thick. A color of the cloth is deep green. The green dyeing needs a technique higher than the dyeing only for indigo plants. Therefore it is a color required to the item of the upper class. And this was drawn in a good balance in very powerful Tsutsubiki...
It is Japanese antique indigo cotton boro tattered Patched thick noragi textile of the Meiji era(1868-1900).It is repaired using stripe of several kinds of indigo dyeing and check and kasuri.There is sashiko stitch in it for repair by hand.The indigo dyeing cotton which I rubbed against is very beautiful noragi. It can enjoy both sides. size:Length 76cm (29.9") Width of the shoulder 65cm (25.5")
This is cotton Katazome Kimono of the Meiji era. It is impressive, beautiful indigo dyeing. This is good cotton spun by hand. It is dyed with an indigo plant of nature. As for it, very few dyeing is capricious, but do not stand out. There are no stain and damage. Size: 111cm x 123cm (43.7 "x 48.4")
This is Ginran(silver brocade)Uchisiki used late in the Edo era(1800-1868). This is Danryuu, Amaryuu and A pattern of Tatewaku etc. It is very luxurious, and this is beautiful. The surface has one place of change of the color, but there is no damage. The lining has three places of small damage with cotton spun by hand. Size: 197cm x 190cm (77.5 "x 74.8")
This is indigo dyeing cotton of the Meiji era. It is Sirakage-Shibori made in the Nagoya area. The cotton is spun by hand, and a texture is good. This has some stains. Size: 30cm x 394cm (11.8" x 155 ")