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Silk Gift Cloth, Late Meiji (1880-1911), A chirimen silk fukusa, featuring auspicious longevity motifs. There is the stamp of the creator as well as a handsome couched family crest of the gift giver. Red silk back lining.  24" x 25". Yorke Antique Textiles

Silk Gift Cloth, Late Meiji (1880-1911), A chirimen silk fukusa, featuring auspicious longevity motifs. There is the stamp of the creator as well as a handsome couched family crest of the gift giver. Red silk back lining. 24" x 25". Yorke Antique Textiles

Silk Gift Cloth - Late Edo (1825-1868). A silk gift cover featuring seven sages in a bamboo grove. The theme "Seven Sages in the Bamboo Grove" has a long history in both Chinese and Japanese art. Part fact and part legend, the seven sages were Taoists supposedly endowed with supernatural powers. They rejected the authority of Confucian teaching and government, opting instead for a reclusive lifestyle. 26" x 27".  Yorke Antique Textiles

Silk Gift Cloth - Late Edo (1825-1868). A silk gift cover featuring seven sages in a bamboo grove. The theme "Seven Sages in the Bamboo Grove" has a long history in both Chinese and Japanese art. Part fact and part legend, the seven sages were Taoists supposedly endowed with supernatural powers. They rejected the authority of Confucian teaching and government, opting instead for a reclusive lifestyle. 26" x 27". Yorke Antique Textiles

BLACK CAT DRAWING BY MY NAME IS O

BLACK CAT DRAWING BY MY NAME IS O

Taisho Gift Cloth, Taisho (1911-1927). 26" x 27". Yorke Antique Textiles

Taisho Gift Cloth, Taisho (1911-1927). 26" x 27". Yorke Antique Textiles

FUMI KOIKE

FUMI KOIKE

A Japanese silk gift cloth featuring a spirit couple and a sparrow, all realized by painting and very fine embroidery highlights.  25" x 28".  Late Edo (1825-1868).  Yorke Antique Textiles

A Japanese silk gift cloth featuring a spirit couple and a sparrow, all realized by painting and very fine embroidery highlights. 25" x 28". Late Edo (1825-1868). Yorke Antique Textiles

Traditional and Sustainable Japanese Wrapping Cloth

Traditional and Sustainable Japanese Wrapping Cloth

Japanese Fukusa - Latter Edo (1800-1850). A silk gift cover featuring tabane noshi and houju (treasure ball) motifs constructed of metallic couched threads on a background of shuso silk.  25" x 28". Tabane noshi , or dried abalone is full of nutrients, and it was an important food, often used as a ritual offering to the gods at New Years. Therefore, tabane noshi has become an auspicious motif found on formal items.  Yorke Antique Textiles

Japanese Fukusa - Latter Edo (1800-1850). A silk gift cover featuring tabane noshi and houju (treasure ball) motifs constructed of metallic couched threads on a background of shuso silk. 25" x 28". Tabane noshi , or dried abalone is full of nutrients, and it was an important food, often used as a ritual offering to the gods at New Years. Therefore, tabane noshi has become an auspicious motif found on formal items. Yorke Antique Textiles

Silk Gift Cover, Taisho (1912-1926). A silk fukusa featuring a large family crest called "knotted goose": a crest rarely seen on textiles. 20" x 21". Yorke Antique Textiles

Silk Gift Cover, Taisho (1912-1926). A silk fukusa featuring a large family crest called "knotted goose": a crest rarely seen on textiles. 20" x 21". Yorke Antique Textiles

Taisho Gift Cloth, Taisho (1912-1926). A silk fukusa featuring the shou-chiku-bai motif. Painting with embroidery highlights. 26" x 31". Yorke Antique Textiles

Taisho Gift Cloth, Taisho (1912-1926). A silk fukusa featuring the shou-chiku-bai motif. Painting with embroidery highlights. 26" x 31". Yorke Antique Textiles

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