Wide-striped Ryukyu Bashofu abaca fiber textile 19th cenrtury (Dealer: Sezuan antiques & art) – Woven from the fibers of banana tree as ‘Basho-fu’ textile of Ryulyu (Okinawa) and Amami Islands, designed with wide stripes of refined folk taste, as a very rare aged fragment of wealthy folk everyday wear woven with thicker thread than the delicate high-end were’s for the use of royal families, and a very scarce heritage of Ryukyu, by even considering of lack of the large number of usual Basho-fu of today after the Pacific War. approx. 114 x 29.5cm (44.88 x 11.61in)



Sold, Thank you.



More items from Sezuan antiques & art