Early 20th Century Kiku Katazome Panel $45

Early 20th Century Kiku Katazome Panel $45

45.00

This early 20th century Japanese katazome fabric employs a pattern of kiku or chrysanthemum flowers and foliage on a deep indigo background. The chrysanthemum is the national symbol of Japan and represents long life and rejuvenation. This textile was woven using a handloom and hand spun cotton threads. The fabric is in great shape and it has a beautiful texture and weight due to the hand spun threads. The deep indigo color tells us that this fabric was probably emerged in the dye vat as many as ten times to achieve this deep blue hue. This fabric is strong enough for pillows or other sewing or boro projects. It would also be beautiful used as a table runner or even framed. 39 x 13 inches with one small hole.

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