Aizome Karabana Pocket Square

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Aizome Karabana Pocket Square

135.00

100% Silk

The patterns on this fabric are the classic Karabana (imaginary Chinese Flower), Kiku (Chrysanthemum) and diamond on Kiredori (overlapping fabric scraps), which is dyed on a chic blue color base with Aizome (藍染め Indigo) on one end.

This silk fabric was originally made for a Komon Kimono. Komon means "small repeated patterns" and dyed Komon goes back to the Muromachi period (1333 - 1573) where the samurai class began to use them as daily clothes. These patterns are equally distributed throughout the fabric and are printed from woodblocks or dyed using stencils.

The patterns on this fabric are the classic Karabana (imaginary Chinese Flower), Kiku (Chrysanthemum) and diamond on Kiredori (overlapping fabric scraps), which is dyed on a chic blue color base with Aizome (藍染め Indigo) on one end. A rich and timeless accessory, this pocket square is hand-finished with Baby Hem edges.

  • Origin of Fabric: Japan
  • Sewn, pressed and packaged by hand in Boston, Massachusetts
  • Size: 13.5" x 13.5" approx.

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