Age: Edo - Meiji Era (the Late 1800s - Early 1900s)
Region Found: Northern Japan
Materials: Sakiori weaving, mix hemp & cotton fabric, homespun and hand-loomed.
Fun Facts: This is a rare indigo-dyed handwoven farmer's jacket done by Sakiori style weaving. Sakiori is the Japanese method of rag weaving using recycling old fabric remnants and threads. This jacket was once originally bought by a theatre company to use for a set.
Approx size when lay down flat:
armpit to armpit: 25.5inches
collar to bottom length: 41 inches
Condition: overall good antique boro condition, fabric hole at the shoulder, patchwork
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