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Beautiful Tie-dye Work in Man's Old Kimono, Wall Decor

Beautiful Tie-dye Work in Man's Old Kimono, Wall Decor


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Directory: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Textiles: Pre 1920: Item # 30328
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Antique Japanese man's silk juban, an undergarment worn under a kimono. We can find true works of art hidden in this type of old kimono. The term "Juban" comes from the Portuguese word "gibao" (sleeveless garment). The design of hyotan sake (rice wine) gourds is out-lined with hand tie-dye. Interesting patterns inside the gourds. This is an old gown but the condition is like new except that the tie-dye has stretched out over the years. Circa, early 1900s. The measurements are; 52 1/2" wide x 52" long.
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