Age: Meiji Era (the late 1800s - early 1900s)
Region Found: Nigata, Nagaoka
Material: Cotton Sakiori style weaving, recycle remnants, natural indigo dyed
Interesting fact: This is an antique Japanese Sakiori's style Zanshi (remnants) Sashiko stitch Noragi Farmer Jacket. The fabric is indigo dyed, done by homespun & hand-loomed roughly in the Meiji Era the late 1800s - early 1900s. Sakiori is the Japanese method of rag weaving by using recycled material.
Approx Size when lay down flat:
armpit to armpit: 24 inches
collar to bottom length: roughly 33 inches
Condition: overall good antique condition, strong fabric. A few holes at the arm.
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