Japanese Textiles and Folk Art
Meisen ikat Kimono with Jyuji and Igeta Motifs
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).
Sleeve to sleeve 50" Shoulder to the bottom hem 61"
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