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Taisho Period (1912−1926) Japanese dynamic furoshiki (wrapping cloth) was probably made from a yukata (summer kimono). The shirbori design is yanagi or willow pattern radiating from sunrise motifs.The indigo dyeing on hand spun and woven white cotton ground is very precise and crisp. Mounted
44" wide x 39" deep
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