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This fabrics was hand-spun and hand-woven from ramie fibers and date from the early 20th century. 


This one found from inside of  bed cover textile, Base textile was dyed with Edo-komon technique.


Edo-komon is a traditional Japanese textile technique characterized by intricate and repetitive patterns of small dots. It originated in the Edo period (1603-1868) and is commonly used in the production of kimono fabrics.



Measures: 33cm×40cm (13in × 15in) 

Japanese vintage Edo-komon Boro fragment

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