Japanese Textiles

In Japanese culture, it is customary to put as much care into the wrapping of a gift as into choosing the gift itself. The way a gift is wrapped and the material in which it is presented are considered expressions of the giver's feeling toward the recipient. A swatch of cloth known as a furoshiki is used for the traditional Japanese art of wrapping. Unlike paper gift wrap, if you get it wrong the first time, you can just undo the knots and start again.  



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Textile Black Japanese Masks

Textile Black Japanese Masks

19-3/4" square
$10.00

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Textile Black Millefiori

Textile Black Millefiori

19-3/4" square
$10.00

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Textile Black Sakura Butterfly

Textile Black Sakura Butterfly

The Cherry Blossom is the national flower of Japan. Because the delicate blossoms open all at once and the petals fall after only a week or 10 days,...
$10.00

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Textile Black Utamaro

Textile Black Utamaro

19-3/4" square
$10.00

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Textile Blue Beetles/Dragonfly

Textile Blue Beetles/Dragonfly

19-3/4" square
$10.00

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Textile Dark Blue Maiko Sakura

Textile Dark Blue Maiko Sakura

The Cherry Blossom is the national flower of Japan. Because the delicate blossoms open all at once and the petals fall after only a week or 10 days,...
$10.00

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Textile Dark Blue Young Dragon

Textile Dark Blue Young Dragon

19-3/4" square
$10.00

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Textile Flower/Crest Quilt

Textile Flower/Crest Quilt

19-3/4" square
$10.00

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Textile Indigo Monkey/Crab

Textile Indigo Monkey/Crab

From the Japanese folk tale, Saru-Kani Gassen 19-3/4" square
$10.00

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Textile Plum/Bamboo Panda

Textile Plum/Bamboo Panda

Bai (plum) is the only tree that blossoms during the winter, while snow still covers the ground.  Its blooming signifies that Winter is almost at an...
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