Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket
Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket
Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket
Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket
Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket
Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket
Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket
Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket
Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket

Edo Meiji Era Reversible Indigo Fireman's Jacket

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Mukashinoboro
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Age: Edo-Meiji Era (the 1860-1910s)

Region Found: Nigata, Nagaoka

Material: Indigo dyed cotton, sashiko stitch, and Tsutsugaki drawing.

This is a rare Japanese fireman's jacket from the Edo - Meiji Era roughly between 1860-1910s.  It is found in the Nigata, Nagaoka region of Japan.  Indigo dyed and also reversible, so you can wear it inside out as well.  Done by sashiko stitch and also Tsutsugaki hand-drawing in the inside.  This is a one-of-a-kind design.  

Approx Size when lay down flat:
armpit to armpit: 23 inches
collar to bottom length: 36 inches

Condition: overall good antique condition, colour faded due to its age.  There is some frayed edge of the fabric.

DGOE-2055019-10

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