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Ôhi (Stole)

A work made of make of pieces of nishiki-kinran, silk compound weave, with ground of dark blue flecked pattern and circular motifs woven in colored silks and kinran, cut paper with gold foil..
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  • A work made of make of pieces of nishiki-kinran, silk compound weave, with ground of dark blue flecked pattern and circular motifs woven in colored silks and kinran, cut paper with gold foil..

Date:

late Edo period (1789–1868), 1801/25

Artist:

Japan

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Textiles

Title

Ôhi (Stole)

Place

Japan (Object made in)

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Made 1801–1825

Medium

make of pieces of nishiki-kinran, silk compound weave, with ground of dark blue flecked pattern and circular motifs woven in colored silks and kinran, cut paper with gold foil.

Dimensions

145.8 × 29.9 cm (57 3/8 × 11 3/4 in.)

Credit Line

Bequest of Harold R. Warner

Reference Number

1939.2054

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