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Detail of a  soft, silk kimono with a rinzu design base and interlocking-arrow motifs created utilizing the shibori dyeing technique.  Early Showa period (1927-1935), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

Detail of a soft, silk kimono with a rinzu design base and interlocking-arrow motifs created utilizing the shibori dyeing technique. The Kimono Gallery

detail of ITAJIME SHIBORI YUKATA. FOLDED AND CLAMPED SHIBORI  HANDSPUN COTTON, BOTANICAL INDIGO  LATE 19C/EARLY 20C

Detail of itajime shibori yukata, folded and clamped shibori, handspun cotton, botanical indigo, late

A silk haori (jacket) featuring shibori-technique maple leaves on an orange/red rinzu background. Taisho to early Showa period (1912-1935), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

A silk haori (jacket) featuring shibori-technique maple leaves on an orange/red rinzu background. Taisho to early Showa period Japan. The Kimono Gallery

MOKUME SHIBORI VARIATION ・ HOMESPUN, HANDWOVEN COTTON  RESISTED AND VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO  PROBABLY ARIMATSU, LATE 19C/EARLY 20C

MOKUME SHIBORI VARIATION ・ HOMESPUN, HANDWOVEN COTTON RESISTED AND VAT-DYED IN BOTANICAL INDIGO PROBABLY ARIMATSU, LATE 19C/EARLY 20C

Fabric - A silk haori (jacket) featuring precise shibori-dyed (tie-dyed) bamboo motifs on a black background. A few areas have sets of gold metallic threads running horizontally.  Late Taisho to early Showa period  (1920-1940), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

Fabric - A silk haori (jacket) featuring precise shibori-dyed (tie-dyed) bamboo motifs on a black background. A few areas have sets of gold metallic threads running horizontally. Late Taisho to early Showa period Japan. The Kimono Gallery

Wearable Art, Amy Nguyen, Artist, silk organza quilted pieced shibori coat, hand-dyed

Quilted shibori coat, hand dyed, Amy Nguyen Resource for other garments.

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Carter Smith Shibori Artist Wearable Art Fashion Design/Photographer/creates unique bias silk clothing-sensuous flowing art to wear soothes and energizes enhancing the beauty and power of women

wabiisabii:  Kenzan-style food dish with design of gakuso flower late 18th to early 19th centuryOgata Kenzan , (Japanese, 1663-1743) Edo per...

Kenzan-style food dish with design of gakuso flower late to early century Ogata Kenzan , (Japanese, Edo period Buff clay; white slip, iron pigment, and enamels under transparent.

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