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Place of Origin: Japanese
Framed Antique Japanese Embroidery Fukusa Panel
Located in Atlanta, GA
A finely embroidered Japanese silk Fukusa panel presented in a beautiful brocade-wrapped fame. Circa late 19th century of Meiji Period, Fukusa is a traditional Japanese textile art u...
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Late 19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Wood

Japanese Brocade Noh Costume Kimono Robe Meiji Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Noh costume made from magnificent silk twill brocade woven with metallic gold threads circa 1930s. The robe is identified as "Atsuita", made for male actors in the Noh play. The lu...
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20th Century Meiji Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Brocade, Silk

Antique Japanese Brocade Monk's Robe Kesa Meiji Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese Kesa (Monk's Vestment) made from thirteen columns of patchworks of shimmering woven brocades. The elaborate motifs feature repetitive elaborate floral designs with variati...
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Late 19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Tapestries

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Brocade, Silk

Large Boro Cloth, Japan, 1920s
Located in London, GB
A particularly large and dynamic example of these wonderful folk art pieces. Japan 1920s Measures: 205 x 155 cms. Conservation mounted on board.   
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1920s Vintage Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Antique Japanese Brocade Kesa Monk's Robe Meiji Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A stunning Japanese Kesa (Monk's Vestment) made from thirteen columns of patchworks of shimmering woven brocades. The elaborate motifs feature repetitive Hababishi (four petal flower...
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Late 19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Brocade, Silk

Japanese Asian Large Framed Embroidered Silk Wall Tapestry with Cranes, Mejia
Located in Studio City, CA
A truly magnificent piece in both design and scale. Very wonderful and quite beautiful to behold. The piece features two wild cranes or egrets in their natural habitat and is very we...
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19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Tapestries

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Silk, Wood, Glass

Japanese Antique Silk and Cotton Tapestry
Located in Milano, IT
Wonderful and very rare Japanese tapestry made in the 1900s, made of woven silk and cotton, of absolute fineness. The tapestry is developed in length and width. It has a rectangular ...
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Early 1800s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Fabric, Silk

Japanese Antique Tapestry in Silk and Cotton
By Vintage Japanese Monochrome
Located in Milano, IT
Beautiful and very rare Japanese tapestry made in the 1800s, made of woven silk and cotton, of absolute fineness. The tapestry is developed in length and width. It has a rectangular ...
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Early 1800s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

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Fabric, Cotton, Silk

Japanese Vintage Indigo Woven Ikat Gasuri with Sashiko Textile Panel
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese hand-woven textile panel with indigo blue background with alternative white stripes intercepted with shorter horizontal ikat bands. Sewn together from four loom-woven narr...
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Early 20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Japanese Old Spliced Large Cloth / Large Tapestry / Exhibition Rug / 20th
Located in Sammu-shi, Chiba
It is a cloth made by splicing old Japanese indigo dyed cloth. This is a cotton duvet cover. It seems that another similar cloth was prepared, cotton was put in it, the edges were ...
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Early 20th Century Meiji Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Japanese Vintage Indigo Woven Ikat Gasuri Textile Panel
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese hand-woven panel with indigo blue background with white ikat chevron and diamond pattern. Sewn together from four loom-woven narrower stripes, the large panel was likely a...
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Early 20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Japanese Embroidery Textile Panel Winter Lanscape
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese silk embroidery landscape scenery panel depicting a temple compound set in a wintery forest among snow-covered towering pines. The compound is centered around a group of p...
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Early 20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk

Japanese Monastery Robe Patchwork Kesa with Scription Edo Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese Kesa (Monk's Vestment) made from thirteen columns of patchworks of blue brocades with sumptuous woven pattern in colored and gold threads. The elaborate motifs feature rep...
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19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Brocade, Silk

Japanese Monastery Robe Patchwork Kesa with Scription Edo Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese Kesa (Monk's Vestment) made from fourteen columns of patchworks of blue brocades with sumptuous woven pattern. The elaborate motifs feature repetitive pattern of flying cr...
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Early 19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Brocade, Silk

Japanese Silk Embroidery Tapestry Meiji Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A spectacular Japanese embroidered silk panel beautifully presented in a gilt frame suspended in a lucite shadow box with gilt wood border. The silk picture is dated to 1890-1910s to...
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1890s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Fabric, Silk, Lucite

Japanese Woven Linen Kimono with Katazome Stencil Dyes
Located in Atlanta, GA
On offer is a Japanese summer kimono woven from indigo blue linen with ivory color fine stripes patterns with apparently darker weft additions. The elegant geometrical pattern is acc...
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Early 20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Linen

Handwoven Akiko Ishigaki "Furoshiki" Textile Wrapping Cloth, Japan, 2003
Located in Copenhagen K, DK
Akiko Ishigaki Japan, 2003 Handwoven textile wrapping cloth: Ryukyu indigo dyed. From Iriomote Island, Okinawa. Measures: W 90 x D 85 cm.
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Early 2000s Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Textile

Phillip Jeffries Metallic Paper Weaves Hand-made Grasscloth Wallpaper, Lead
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Phillip Jeffries metallic paper weaves hand-made grasscloth wallpaper, lead. Listing is for one 12-yard bolt. Retails for approximately 140 USD per yard or approximately 1680 usd per...
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21st Century and Contemporary Organic Modern Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Grasscloth

Huge Meiji Period Japanese Silk Embroidery Accented by Gold Hammered Silk Thread
Located in Nova Scotia, NS
Antique, Meiji period Japanese silk embroidered tapestry of two mythical birds facing off. One is standing on an outcrop of rocks with its foot raised, ready for flight. The other is...
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Late 19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Metallic Thread, Gold

Japanese Fine Needlework Panels, Set of Four
Located in Pasadena, CA
This is a stunning suite of four Japanese Meiji Period Silk Needlework Framed Panels. The panels depict a family of crows and snow covered trees on the edge of a river bank. A groupi...
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Late 19th Century Anglo-Japanese Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk

Pair of Japanese Silk Brocade Framed Panels
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A pair of framed Japanese silk brocade panels with frolicking SHi SHi on a gilt background. The panels on a raised suede matt, framed under plexiglass.
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Early 20th Century Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Plexiglass, Hardwood

Framed Japanese Embroidery Fukusa Penal Meiji Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese Fukusa Panel displayed in a wood frame circa late 19th century Meiji Period. Fukusa is a traditional Japanese textile art used as a wrap for presenting gifts at important ...
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Late 19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Wood

Framed Japanese Embroidery Fukusa Penal Meiji Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese Fukusa Panel displayed in an Asian-style wood lattice frame circa late 19th century Meiji Period. Fukusa is a traditional Japanese textile art used as a wrap for presentin...
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Late 19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Wood

Early 20th Century Japanese Linen Go-Board Pattern Futon Cover
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Early 20th Century Japanese linen go-board pattern futon cover A unique example of a game-themed textile, this 3-panel futon cover is woven of very fine hemp (asa) and dyed by app...
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Early 20th Century Meiji Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Hemp

Old Japanese Kimono / 1912-1945 / Wall Hanging Decoration / Tapestry
Located in Sammu-shi, Chiba
I think this is a kimono woven from the Taisho era to the early Showa era (1912-1945) in Japan. It is a modern design. In the Taisho era, various things were made with reference to...
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Early 20th Century Taisho Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Vintage Japanese Silk Kimono with Geometrical Design
Located in Atlanta, GA
A vintage Japanese formal silk Kimono in an "ink green" color with striking geometrical design. The garment is hand-stitched from a crepe like thin silk and dated to 1960-70s. The da...
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Mid-20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk

Antique Japanese Shirushi-Banten Fireman Jacket Edo Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese Shirushi-Banten (Fireman's Coat) circa 19th century of Edo Period. The robe was made from a heavy cotton fiber and decorated with a dramatic dragon in the dark cloud schem...
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19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Textile

Early-Mid 20th Century Japanese Indigo-Dyed Door Hanging / Noren
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Early-mid 20th century Japanese Indigo-dyed door hanging / noren. A Japanese three-panel door hanging depicting three rabbits frolicking above the waves, with a crest (mon) in lig...
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Early 20th Century Showa Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Framed Japanese Embroidery Textile Panel Pagoda Scenery
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese silk embroidery landscape scenery panel depicting a Buddhist pagoda and a temple compound set in a forest with towering pines and red maple trees. This type of pictorial p...
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Early 20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Metal

Taisho-Early Showa Period Japanese Stencil-Dyed Summer Kimono with Bamboo Motif
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Taisho-Early Showa period Japanese Stencil-Dyed Summer Kimono with bamboo Motif A light-weight summer kimono woven of both cotton and silk, and patterned with delicate bamboo and ...
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Mid-20th Century Taisho Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Cotton

Late 19th Century Japanese Stencil-Dyed Textile / Kumano-zome
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Late 19th Century Japanese Stencil-Dyed Textile / Kumano-zome This 2-panel cotton textile was made in the Kumano region of Okayama Prefecture in the south of Honshu Island, Japan....
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Late 19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Long Asian Obi Sash in Red, Gold and Emerald Green Textile
Located in Oakland Park, FL
Long Asian Obi Sash in red, gold and emerald green silver original silk backing Textile is woven not printed Size is: 5.5 X 3.5 yards long (126" long).  
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1960s Japonisme Vintage Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk

Massive Japanese Embroidery Tapestry Display Box Meiji Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A massive Japanese embordered tapestry professionally displayed in a custom acrylic shadow box. The fine work of textile art is dated to 1890-1920s, late Meiji (1868-1912) or possibl...
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Early 20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Brocade, Silk, Acrylic

Japanese Indigo Dyed Old Embroidery Cloth / Japanese Toy Pattern / 1912-1960
Located in Sammu-shi, Chiba
It is a Japanese indigo dyed antique cloth. It calls its name "fu-ro-shi-ki". Originally used in the dressing room of the public bath "furo" during the Edo period. The purpose is ...
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Early 20th Century Showa Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Framed Japanese Embroidery Textile Panel Meiji Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese embroidered textile panel presented in an acrylic shadow box frame, circa end of 19th to 1910s Meiji Period. The textile panel depicts three flying cranes among auspicious...
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Late 19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Textile, Acrylic

Japanese 19th Century Silk Needlework Panel of Three Dragons
Located in London, by appointment only
A fabulous large scale Japanese 19th Century Silk Needlework Panel of Three Dragons.
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Late 19th Century Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk

Vintage Japanese Indigo Kon Kasuri Textile
Located in Chicago, IL
This vintage Japanese textile dates to the mid-20th century and has a strip woven design of alternating square check patterns and delicate fans, symbols of the journey of life. The t...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Japanese Antique Saki-Ori Farmer Jacket with Resistant Dye Pattern
Located in Atlanta, GA
A charming Japanese farmer's jacket with Mingei folk art style. The woven construction is known as Saki-ori, an innovative and expressive technique that recycles and reuses fabrics. ...
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Early 1900s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Fabric

Japanese Fukusa Relief Embroidery Textile Art of Dragon
Located in Atlanta, GA
A visually stunning Japanese fukusa panel with an embroidered dragon on a swirling cloud background, nicely displayed on a scarlet felt matt in a carved black wood frame with an anti...
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1890s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Wood

Antique Japanese Export Silk Embroidery Americana Patriotic Panel
Located in Atlanta, GA
A silk embroidery panel that depicts an American eagle perched on the liberty shield, with laurel branches and shooting arrows under the feet and flanked by four American flags and b...
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1860s American Classical Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Wood

Framed Japanese Oshi-E Textile Art Meiji Period from a Rare Large Set
Located in Atlanta, GA
On offer is the last one of the set of seven framed Japanese textile art called Oshi-E circa Meiji Period (1868-1912). This rare set consists of seven panels depicting various aspect...
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1890s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Giltwood

Framed Japanese Embroidery Textile Panel Rootsters
Located in Atlanta, GA
A matted and framed Japanese silk panel with elaborate embroidery circa late Meiji to Taisho period (1910-30s). On a bright background, two roosters or cockerels with full plumages a...
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Early 20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Wood

Framed Antique Japanese Embroidery Fukusa Panel
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Japanese Fukusa Panel with tassels displayed in a gilt frame circa Meiji Period. Fukusa is a traditional Japanese textile art used as a wrap for presenting gifts at important occas...
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Late 19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Wood

Japanese Antique Textile Panel of American Historical Great White Fleet
Located in Atlanta, GA
Nicknamed Great White Fleet, the sailing of the United States Navy battleships around the globe from December 16, 1907 to February 22, 1909 by order of United States President Theodo...
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Early 1900s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Brocade, Silk, Wood

Vintage Japanese Formal Black Silk Kimono
Located in Atlanta, GA
A vintage Japanese silk Kuro Tomesode Kimono, circa 1960s-1980s. Kuro Tomesode is a dress for married woman for the most formal occasions, equivalent of the evening gowns in the west...
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Mid-20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk

Antique Japanese Export Silk Embroidery Panel of American Union
Located in Atlanta, GA
A rather fascinating silk embroidery panel that depicts an American eagle perched on a shield, with laurel branches and shooting arrows under the feet and American flags on the back....
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1860s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Wood

Framed Japanese Relief Embroidery Textile Art of Dragon
Located in Atlanta, GA
A beautiful Japanese textile art panel with an embroidered dragon on a swirling cloud background, nicely framed with a linen matt in an antique-finish silver wood frame with gilt tri...
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1890s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Wood

Framed Japanese Textile Art with Resist Yuzen Dye
Located in Atlanta, GA
A large piece of framed Japanese textile circa late 19th to early 20th century. Seamed together from four vertical sections of brown cotton, this textile was made as a Futonji (futon...
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Early 20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton, Wood

Vintage Orange Silk Japanese Obi with Gold and Silver Lamé and Brocade
Located in Topeka, KS
Handsome vintage Japanese obi in orange silk with gold and silver lamé and brocade flower and leaf design. It is in wonderful vintage condition. We have detected a small dark spot on...
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Mid-20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk

Antique Brocade Kesa Monk's Patched Robe Edo Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
Kesa, known as "Jiasha" in Chinese and "Kasaya" in Sanskrit, is an out layer garment worn by the ordained Buddhist monks. Bearing a basic rectangular form, it developed originally in...
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Late 18th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

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Brocade, Textile

Late 19th Century Wrapping Cloth / Furoshiki, Japan
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Late 19th century wrapping cloth / furoshiki, Japan Hand-drawn resist-dyed (tsutsugaki) in natural indigo, this large wrapping cloth (furoshiki) displays a unique family crest (mo...
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Late 19th Century Meiji Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Japanese Long Woven Turquoise Silk and Metal Thread Obi
Located in New York, NY
Japanese masterfully woven deep turquoise silk and metallic bronze thread obi. Background of metallic honeycomb, with flowers, trees and cranes flying upward through them. Absolutely...
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Mid-20th Century Japonisme Japanese Tapestries

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Metallic Thread

Vintage Japanese Indigo Folk Kamon Textile
Located in Chicago, IL
Dating to the mid-20th century, this vintage Japanese textile is a folk example of traditional stencil dyed fabric, known as katazome. Richly colored with a dark indigo-blue dye, the...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Vintage Japanese Indigo Folk Kamon Textile
Located in Chicago, IL
Dating to the mid-20th century, this vintage Japanese textile is a folk example of traditional stencil dyed fabric, known as katazome. Richly colored with a dark indigo-blue dye, the...
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Mid-20th Century Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

Framed Japanese Antique Phoenix and Dragon Tapestry Textile Meiji Period
Located in Atlanta, GA
A visually stunning Japanese embroidery tapestry circa 1890s-1900s late Meiji period, presented with a linen matt with gold trim in a gilt wood frame. The design showcases a flying p...
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1890s Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Silk, Giltwood

Antique Japanese Embroidery Tapestry
Located in Atlanta, GA
A large Japanese silk embroidery tapestry circa 19th century, late Edo to early Meiji period. Meticulously handwork that densely depicts repeated motifs of birds in flight among lush...
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19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

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Silk

Antique Japanese Textile Art Campaign Jacket Jinbaori with Mon
Located in Atlanta, GA
Known as Jinabori during 16th century when warfare was common in feudal Japan, the sleeveless jacket was created to be worn outside of the armor by samurai warriors. In addition to s...
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19th Century Japonisme Antique Japanese Tapestries

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Textile, Silk

Late Meiji Period Sleeping Kimono / Yogi, Japan
Located in Point Richmond, CA
Late Meiji Period sleeping Kimono / Yogi, Japan Yogi are a type of oversized sleeping kimono traditionally used in Japan. This kimono would have been stuffed with cotton wadding s...
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Early 20th Century Tribal Japanese Tapestries

Materials

Cotton

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