Bright apple green silk Kasane-eri w/woven sayagata
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Bright apple green silk Kasane-eri with a woven sayagata pattern, lined in white silk, comes with three clips, in as new condition, amazing condition and color
It measures 11 cm by 126 cm and is in as new condition. It comes with three clips for attaching it to a kimono.
This would make a great dress up collar for a kimono. It would also be well suited to being used for a sash belt, a strap, or any other craft project you have in mind. It has a lovely rich color and a diagonally woven sayagata swastika pattern.
The Kasane-eri is a kimono accessory .
It’s also called “Date-eri” or “Hiyoku-eri”.
The Kasane-eri is sewn on or is fixed on the Kimono’s neckband by a few clips, and just shows up between Kimono and Han-eri as a thin line of color.
There are two types, one that is double width (11-12 cm wide and lined in white) and is used by folding in half, and one that is pre-folded (5-6 cm wide). They are usually about 120-130 cm in length.
Sayagata: the swastika is often found as part of a repeating pattern. One common pattern, called sayagata in Japanese, is made of of interlocking manji/swastikas, left- and right-facing swastikas joined by lines. As the negative space between the lines has a distinctive shape, the sayagata pattern is sometimes called the “key fret” motif in English.
||126 × 11 cm