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SARASA
In Kyoto, a geiko (or geisha) is a woman highly skilled in Japanese traditional arts, while a maiko is an apprentice-in-training. Each geiko embodies centuries of music, dance and ritual. Informed by the geiko culture that arose in Edo Japan, Sarasa is a voyage through time and place. Its inspiration comes from printed works designed for the Japanese market in the 1880s. A field of leaves and flowers, it evokes the restrained beauty of the geiko or maiko — her attentive presence creating a space of quiet ceremony.
made of:
52% cotton
48% linen
width:
54″
repeat:
25 1/4″h x 25 1/4″v
weight:
7.37 oz
martindale:
18,000
lightfastness:
4
suggested use:
light upholstery
heavy upholstery
curtains
CAL TECH 117-2013
washable 30° C
COLORWAYS
KiiRO

ZFSR-05

ORENJi

ZFSR-06

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