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Vintage Indigo Tsutsugaki Cotton Furoshiki

A large four-paneled 'furoshiki' (wrapping cloth) with a 'tsutsugaki' dyed 'noshi' motif from the early 20th century. Tsutsugaki is a Japanese resist dyeing technique that uses rice paste for freehand drawing on cloth. This piece was originally given as a wedding gift from the bride's parents to their daughter when she was getting married. The large noshi motif represents longevity.


Material: medium weight cotton in deep indigo colour

Width 128 cm

Length: 145 cm


Regular price $350.00

SKU: AT4068