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Japanese Textile                                                                                                                                                      More

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Japanese textiles Tissus japonais Japon / Japan

Japanese textiles Tissus japonais Japon / Japan

Blue fans; #Japanese #textiles #patterns

Blue fans; #Japanese #textiles #patterns

Japanese Antique Textile Nobori With Shimenawa Design

Japanese Antique Textile Nobori With Shimenawa Design

Shin Bijutsukai (The New Monthly Magazine of Desgn) 1901, from Smithsonian Libraries archive

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Shin Bijutsukai (The New Monthly Magazine of Desgn) 1901, from Smithsonian Libraries archive

Alexander Henry--One Yard                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Indigo Japanese Tea Cup Print Pure Cotton Fabric from Alexander Henry--One Yard

Alexander Henry--One Yard More

japanese wave and sun painting

japanese wave and sun painting

EMBROIDERED COTTON ROBE (CHIJIRI)  Ainu (Hokkaido, Northern Japan), late 19th c.

EMBROIDERED COTTON ROBE (CHIJIRI) Ainu (Hokkaido, Northern Japan), late 19th c.

textile pattern

textile pattern

patternbase: Japan, circa 1978 A fine wool panel featuring an ancient Egytian motif. This textile has a small label on its backside that states “Made in Japan. 100% wool. The Treasures of Tutankhamun. Dry-clean only. MMA”, which indicates that it was created in Japan specifically for the the museum shop during the important Tutankhamun exhibit held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1978. Very good condition: the panel is professionally glued to a board backing. 43” x 43”…

patternbase: Japan, circa 1978 A fine wool panel featuring an ancient Egytian motif. This textile has a small label on its backside that states “Made in Japan. 100% wool. The Treasures of Tutankhamun. Dry-clean only. MMA”, which indicates that it was created in Japan specifically for the the museum shop during the important Tutankhamun exhibit held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1978. Very good condition: the panel is professionally glued to a board backing. 43” x 43”…

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