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Antique Meisen Silk Kimono Bolt Sold By The Metre

Meisen Kimono started blooming during the Taisho period (1912-1926), featuring big, bold, and colourful designs inspired by Modernism and Art Deco. It became popular among young women in the early to mid-20th century.

Meisen silk, known for its crisp and supple texture, is a type of Japanese silk produced by weaving pre-dyed threads using the tie-and-resist ikat technique. It was primarily produced in the northern Kanto region, north of Tokyo.

This particular Meisen kimono with  a camellia pattern is from Ashikaga in Tochigi Prefecture, dating back to the early 20th century. It has never been used and is in great condition.


Material: silk

Width: 36 cm 

Price: $35 per metre


Regular price $35.00

SKU: KF4010