Age Edo - Meiji Era (the Late 1800s to Early 1900s)
Region Found: Northern Japan
Material Used: Mix of Hemp & cotton fabric. Indigo dyed and Sakiori woven fabric
Interesting Fact: This is a rare Japanese Sakiori farmer jacket from the Edo-Meiji Era (the Late 1800s - Early 1900s). It is done by indigo dyed and exceptional quantity handwoven Kogin style Sakiori weaving. The materials used are a mix of hemp & cotton fabric and done by homespun & hand-loomed. This was originally bought by a theatre company for a set. Sakiori is a Japanese rag weaving style which uses recycle old fabric, remnants & threads.
Approx size when lay down flat:
armpit to armpit: 25inches
collar to bottom length: 49 inches
Condition: It is heavyweight, there is some damage due to its age like holes and stains.
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