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Silk Kinchaku Bag *
Japan, 18x19x15 cm

A vintage kinchaku bag, lined with cotton, with wonderful figures motif, made of chirimen (crepe) silk, has made of 'kiribame' (patchwork) technique.
Upper hem has several tears, and there are more than 10 small holes and many smudges at places, but as a whole it is in very good condition.
Look at the different figures it has to offer, including the one put on the bottom of bag!  Absolutely not to miss!
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Silk Patchwork Bag *
Japan, Edo (18th century), 68,5x34 cm

This interesting bag of unusual shape is made of woven pattern silk, and lined with felt cotton. Hem is made of purple chirimen silk.
It has a very soft and comfortable touch, several very small stains, but as a whole it is in very good condition.

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Silk patchwork bag*

Japan, Edo (18th century), 50x34 cm.

Recycling old discarded fabrics has always been a tradition in Japan. This has much to do with Buddhism and its ethic. To put it in contemporary terms, we could say Japanese were ‘ante litteram’ already thinking in terms of zero-emission processes… Whatever the trend or the press, though, here we have a patchwork bag made of exquisite silk fabrics with colours and designs typical of 18th century productions. Lined with hand-spun and hand-woven cottons, this is truly a very lovely object in almost mint condition (a sign it had been used only in certain occasions and cherished all this time since). Enjoy the different views it has to offer, including the lgreat black silk with flower heads put on the bottom of bag!  Absolutely charming.

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Is dedicated to Nunzio, my only and best brother I could have had. He was also a friend of mine, and of great help in my life, making me simple hard decisions.
What you find here is his personal collection. Unfortunately, my home is not large enough to contain all, so if you are interested in purchasing any article, please contact me. Some of these articles are already collected by some friends of mine and are no more available. These pieces are marked with a red asterisk.
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Nunzio Crisa
After the degree in physic he left Milano to Munich, where he got the PhD in Physical Chemistry at the Ludwig-Maximilians Universitaet.
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