HAND-PAINTED INDIAN SARASA DRAWSTRING BASKET
古渡りインド更紗巾着籠

MAN’S KINCHAKU KAGO DRAWSTRING BASKET

HANDSPUN, HANDWOVEN COTTON
HAND-PAINTED MORDANT-DYED,
RESIST-DYED AND HAND-PAINTED,
COROMANDEL COAST OF INDIA, 18C
FOR THE THAI MARKET

LINED WITH 18C CHINESE STRIPED SILK
DYED WITH NATURAL PIGMENTS;
BASKET PLAITED FROM TENKI-SO (テンキ草) FIBER;
WOODEN MOKUGYO (木魚) NETSUKE,
SHIKON GROMWELL DRAWSTRING


INDIAN SARASA KINCHAKU KAGO DRAWSTRING BASKET ・ インド更紗巾着籠

INDIAN SARASA KINCHAKU KAGO DRAWSTRING BASKET ・ インド更紗巾着籠

INDIAN SARASA KINCHAKU KAGO DRAWSTRING BASKET ・ インド更紗巾着籠

TAKETOMI BASHO-FU TIISAJI ・ 竹富芭蕉布 手巾

>HAND-KNOTTED BASHO-FU BANANA FIBER
KASURI-RESISTED HANDSPUN COTTON
DYED WITH SAFFLOWER AND RYUKYU INDIGO
TAKETOMI-JIMA, OKINAWA, LATE 19C/EARLY 20C

SOLD

Tiisaji hand towels of basho-fu were traditionally woven by young women in the Yaeyama archipelago of Okinawa and given to their suitors as a symbol of love and commitment.

Taketomi Basho-fu Tenugui Tesaji ・ 竹富芭蕉布手サジ

Taketomi Basho-fu Tenugui Tesaji ・ 竹富芭蕉布手サジ

Taketomi Basho-fu Tenugui Tesaji ・ 竹富芭蕉布手サジ