Farmer's vest, saki-ori. Muted hues with indigo borders around the arms, indigo stripe cotton lapel is a replacement done in the 1960's. Saki means "to shred" and ori means "to weave". Saki-ori were often woven from worn fabric and kimono cut into loom ready scraps of cotton, wool or silk.
Late Meiji period, 31" L x 19.5" W.
Collections: Art Objects, FOLK ART, Japanese
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