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Fukusa

A fukusa is a Japanese ceremonial cloth used to wrap gifts. They are highly decorated and in the past were embroidered or yuzen dyed but more recently many are woven or use shibori, as decorative technique. The fukusa usually has symbolic designs such as cranes, turtles, plum blossom and bamboo on one side and the reverse is usually red, with a Mon (family crest). As fukusa are quite small, they can be displayed easily,with stunning effect.

FU2827 SUPERB MEIJI SILK FUKUSA, EMBROIDERED, JUROUJIN AND CRANE
NEW: FU2827 SUPERB MEIJI SILK FUKUSA, EMBROIDERED, JUROUJIN AND CRANE (Sold)
FU2826 SUPERB TAISHO WOVEN SILK FUKUSA, FINE EMBROIDERY, FUKUROKUJU AND CRANE
NEW: FU2826 SUPERB TAISHO WOVEN SILK FUKUSA, FINE EMBROIDERY, FUKUROKUJU AND CRANE (Sold)
FU2787 SUPERB MEIJI SILK FUKUSA, EMBROIDERED TALE OF URASHIMA TARO
FU2787 SUPERB MEIJI SILK FUKUSA, EMBROIDERED TALE OF URASHIMA TARO (Sold)
FU2562 LARGE WOVEN SILK FUKUSA, KASHIWA MON, TREASURE SHIP AND CRANES
FU2562 LARGE WOVEN SILK FUKUSA, KASHIWA MON, TREASURE SHIP AND CRANES

 
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