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Japanese antique indigo dye cotton Sashiko Boro Noragi edo Period

Japanese antique indigo dye cotton Sashiko Boro Noragi edo Period


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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Textiles: Pre 1837 VR: Item # 1431726
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Hand-sashiko is a hand-spun, moderately soft cotton cloth dyed with high-quality indigo dye. The good color of natural indigo dyeing and the stabbed with soft hand-spun cotton cloth make a beautiful change with moderate effort. It is the tranquility used by wealthy farmers in the Shonai region during the Edo period. This modified natural indigo dyeing has something in common with the dark blue comfort of Van Gogh's painting The Night Café. It is an item that heals the remaining eyes without using too much. It is one of the items left to comfortably appreciate the natural indigo that was born in Japan. The beauty of the beautiful color of natural indigo from the Edo period and the soft hand-spun cotton can be seen in the indigo-dyed products. There is no dirt or damage and it is in very good condition. You can wear it and enjoy it. Size:Length::94cm / 37inch. Cuff to cuff, across the back: 94cm / 37inch. Width, across back: 63cm / 24.8inch L and LL
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