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plovers flying over water,

Sunday, May 31, 2015

plovers flying over water,

Below, two small knots that were overlooked, or could not removed, following the shibori process.Daily Japanese Textile

Below, two small knots that were overlooked, or could not removed, following the shibori process.Daily Japanese Textile

silk hanjuban, back IMG_4942

silk hanjuban, back IMG_4942

十二単(青)*

十二単(青)*

熨斗草花模様小袖/Kosode with noshi ornament and flowering plants    Edo period (1603-1868) 17th century    Tie-dyeing (nui-shime), embroidery and stenciled gold leaves (surihaku) on white figured silk satin (rinzu) ground   via www.joshibi.net

熨斗草花模様小袖/Kosode with noshi ornament and flowering plants Edo period (1603-1868) 17th century Tie-dyeing (nui-shime), embroidery and stenciled gold leaves (surihaku) on white figured silk satin (rinzu) ground via www.joshibi.net

mallet fukusa  cape of invisibility  Daily Japanese Textile IMG_3009

mallet fukusa cape of invisibility Daily Japanese Textile IMG_3009

detail of tortoise stitching of IMG_2994 from Daily Japanese Textile

detail of tortoise stitching of IMG_2994 from Daily Japanese Textile

DOOR HANGING (NOREN) - GOURD VESSEL MOTIF  Accession Number: 2001-01-127A  Object Use: Window or Door Covering  Media & Support: Cotton, indigo  Dimensions: 36 in. x 36 1/2 in. (91.44 cm x 92.71 cm)  Creation Date: c. 1945 - 1949  Creation Place: Asia, Japan  Credit Line: Gift of R.L. Shep   Mingei International San Diego

DOOR HANGING (NOREN) - GOURD VESSEL MOTIF Accession Number: 2001-01-127A Object Use: Window or Door Covering Media & Support: Cotton, indigo Dimensions: 36 in. x 36 1/2 in. (91.44 cm x 92.71 cm) Creation Date: c. 1945 - 1949 Creation Place: Asia, Japan Credit Line: Gift of R.L. Shep Mingei International San Diego

Detail Hitoe  Asa, silk (collar lining)  Chijimi (twisted and untwisted threads), weft kasuri    This hitoe, probably from the Taisho period, is made of unbleached asa. The small motifs are atypical in design, placement, number and juxtaposition, and are not always identifiable.

Detail Hitoe Asa, silk (collar lining) Chijimi (twisted and untwisted threads), weft kasuri This hitoe, probably from the Taisho period, is made of unbleached asa. The small motifs are atypical in design, placement, number and juxtaposition, and are not always identifiable.

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