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This is a reconstructed textile made from a Kosode silk kimono. Kosode is a traditional Japanese garment that served as a precursor to the modern kimono.


It's a type of robe or garment with small sleeve openings and was worn by both men and women as an undergarment or as casual wear during the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868).


Kosode translates to "small sleeve," distinguishing it from its predecessors with larger sleeves.


Floral patterns are hand embroidered with silk thread.


Material: silk 100%


Measures: 100cm×106cm (39in × 41in) 

Japanese vintage sashiko stitched Kosode silk fragment

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