Item #321605
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Item No#321605
ItemFukusa
Historyvintage
Price$3000.00
Conditionvery good
Materialsilk
Sizefree
   
( 1 )22" (56cm)
x 24 1/4" (61.5cm)
( 2 )27 1/2" (69.5cm)
x 29 3/4" (75.5cm)
Weight0.92kg
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These are antique Tsuzure Fukusa from Meiji(1868-1912) or Taisho Period (1912-1926).
They have peacock and 'Botan'(peony) design by Seika Yamaga, one of the most famous dyer in Japan.
It is a pair with two pieces of a big one and a small one, and they have designs of male and female peacocks, which are elaborately woven with tsuzure technique.

These pieces have dynamic but delicate designs, and have three-dimensional impression with using such as loop-formed threads.

It has flaws such as slight discoloration due to its age.
It has some other flaws such as snags and smudges.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.

These are Fukusa valuable as artworks.

*Coating and paulownia wooden boxes are attached.
Because the cover of the paulownia transforms it, it does not close tight.

photo:sakon
Description:noriko


*Seika Yamaga*

He is one of the most famous dyers and weavers in the Showa and Taisho eras.
He was born in Kyoto in 1885, and was trained by Takeyuki Nishida, a texture designer and Sekka Kamisaka, a Japanese painter.
He had studied about dyeing and weaving techniques from different aspects and devised his original artworks which made him become a pioneer of the contemporary fiber art originally.
He devoted himself to foundation of a couple of different designers' associations from end of the Meiji era to the Taisho era.
He was awarded the grand prix for his handwoven brocade "peacock" in Paris World Exposition in 1925, and he produced many superior works afterward.
He was selected as one of the person of cultural merits in 1969, and was awarded the Second Class Order of the Sacred Treasure in 1974.
He passed away at the age of 96 in 1981.

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