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KABUTO
In the Edo period, peace reigned and artistry became an effective skill for maintaining power amid competitive clans. Armor offered an opportunity to exhibit one’s wealth and refinement, and the kabuto (helmet) was the most valued of all items. Inspired by a ceremonial Edo helmet sculpted into the shape of an octopus with a cartwheel crest, Kabuto reimagines Edo motifs as fluid examples of exquisite workmanship. Suggesting the splendor of woven brocades, it is rich and rigorous, ever-changing and enigmatic as it catches the light.
made of:
84% viscose
16% silk
width:
57″
repeat:
11 1/2″h x 7″v
weight:
9.8 oz
lightfastness:
4-5
suggested use:
light upholstery
curtains
dry clean
COLORWAYS
SHIKON

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