Age: Edo Era
Region: Niigata Prefecture
Material: Indigo-dyed cotton
Fun Fact: This boro Vest was dyed with natural indigo and made with boro sashiko patching over a long period of time since the 1900 Edo Meiji Period. It was found from the Misaki 三崎 Ehime Region of Japan. It was passed down from generation to generation by a family in the village who were fishermen. It is a unique piece with various colour of indigo fabric and it has some weight to it. One-of-a-kind, this vest is in excellent boro condition & museum grade. It can be worn both sides (reversible) or to be hung up for display.
Approx Size when measure laydown flat:
Shoulder to Shoulder: 25"
Collar to bottom: 32"
CONDITION: Moderate used and washed. Colour nicely faded, (great antique condition, see pictures). not Fragile. "one-of-a-kind, museum grade quality."
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