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NISHIKI
In Edo Japan, Kyoto was the center of nishiki — a form of plain, twill or silk weaving in which the threads were unbroken from selvage to selvage. Highly skilled weavers created fabrics of extraordinary precision, and over time the word ‘nishiki’ earned layered meanings connoting an abundance of color and beauty. Grounded in the Shinto and Buddhist beliefs that spirit lives everywhere, visible within the mysterious patterns of flora and fauna, nishiki has been applied to everything from Japanese maple trees to Kyoto’s most famous market. Inspired by the natural dyes and brocades of Edo Japan, Nishiki is a field of rich color, light and shadow.
made of:
82% linen
18% cotton
width:
55″
repeat:
55″h x 9″v
weight:
16.3 oz
martindale:
35,000
suggested use:
light upholstery
heavy upholstery
curtains
dry clean
COLORWAYS
KONAI

ZFKI-01

KINCHA

ZFKI-02

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