Collection: Kan-yokyu Uroko-mon(Gold Brocade of Xianyang Palace Design with Scale Pattern)

There are many masterpieces among the fabrics which the nobilities in modern times used for the mountings of hanging scrolls. This design is originated from a gold brocade used for mounting of painting in the Yuan Dynasty China (1279 - 1368 A.D.) entitled "Xianyang Palace", known as the palace of The First Emperor of Chin (221 - 206 B.C.). The original, kept at the Eisei Bunko Archives, Tokyo, dates from the Ming Dynasty China (1368 - 1644 A.D.). The pattern consists of tiny diamonds in different colors looking somewhat unusual like mosaic. This is a gold brocade made with our weaving technique in the graceful colors showing the elegance of the original piece.

Brocade Piece (30x30cm) (Web Only) (kanyoukyuurokomon)
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Ko-bukusa Cloth (Tea-things) (kanyoukyuurokomon)
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