A double sided Japanese fukusa (ceremonial wrapping cloth) embroidered in couched silks and gilt thread with "Takasago-noh" (an old couple) which is considered a very auspicious story, involving a loving and long-married couple. Japanese cranes and pines, symbols of long life are also embroidered.
On the reverse there is a family crest (kamon) symbolizing Ivy, one of the most popular kamon in Japan.
Size: 28 inches x 25 inches (69 cm x 63 cm). Opt for a wall display that is dramatic and easy. The back can also be displayed due to its fine ornamentation.
Condition: Excellent vintage. Item is authentic. Provenance: Kyushu island, Japan. Offered and sold “as found”.
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