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Bamboo weaving

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Japanese teak nesting trays with faux bamboo rails. Gilded wire design of bamboo on top.

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Bold, rustic and with an earthy free spirit, this wagumi style flower basket with twisted handle (ikebana) was designed and woven to evoke a sense of serenity and humbleness during the tea ceremony. With a large and solid barrel shape that evokes a visual sense of weight and mass, the basket was woven with a tight twill plaiting for the interior layer, more natural and rustic bamboo strips were then woven with a loose and slightly irregular hexagonal plaiting to form an exterior veins-like…

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A Japanese woven bamboo basket in the shape of crescent with open top and a wrapped handle circa 1920s-1940s. The basket was woven with "sooted" bamboo (susutake in Japanese). This bamboo materials was collected from traditional thatched-roof houses that had been exposed to decades of smoke from a hearth or cooking fire, therefore the basket displays a deep rich patina that is hard to attain by color-lacquering. The free-hand mat plaiting technique was used to create a swelled crescent shape…

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Group of Three Japanese Bamboo Ikebana #1) antique Japanese bamboo Ikebana with handle and made of a dark smoked bamboo (susutake). The body is hexagonal plaited (mutsume-ami) from bottom to top with strips of bamboo randomly threaded through the weave to create abstract patterns. The inside of the basket is lined in natural banana leaf acting like a canvas for what is going on in front. The handle is made of three strips of bamboo loosely wrapped. Measuring 17 inches high by 12 inch…

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Eco-Friendly and attractive, Bamboo Matting is made with two layers of thin shaved strips of natural bamboo that is hand woven into a herringbone pattern. It can be used to cover walls and ceilings, or as a decorative wainscoting. It can also be used to wrap columns or to cover unsightly areas on large furniture and tiki-bars. Bamboo matting gives a beautiful organic tropical texture to any surfaces and can be used for both interior and exterior projects. Bamboo Matting can be installed…

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A Japanese woven bamboo basket with handle from early 20th century, circa end of Meiji to Taisho period. The basket was constructed in the form of a morikago. a shallow and open basket with handle. Traditionally, a morikago was used to display fruits, and sometimes flowers during Sencha tea ceremony. In contrast to Chanoyu, Sencha ceremony uses loose green tea leaves instead of tea powder. A morikago tends to have a nice pattern on the bottom that was meant to be visible through the display…

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This one of a kind bamboo basket is a late-Meiji era flower basket (hanakago) designed especially for ikebana, the Japanese art of floral arrangement. Woven of smoked bamboo (susutake), the basket has a rounded, barrel form surmounted by a high, arched handle. The body of the basket has a plaited appearance, comprised of wide strips twisted around a straight weave framework. The flat base is woven in a chrysanthemum pattern (kikuzokko ami) and the delicate handle is comprised of two thin…

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