Persia Kei-ka-mon(Brocade of Persian Design with Cock and Flower)
The design of this brocade is modeled after the pattern of the Persian fabrics made in the 6th-7th century, AD which consists of a cock in a medallion surrounded by a brilliant flower crest deployed in the geometric pattern.
The medallion patterns are often seen on the silverwares and in the fabrics made in Sassanian Persia which had spread to the East and the West. The one migrated to the East along the Silk Road was adopted in the gorgeous textile fabrics in China, some of which were brought to Japan and have been kept in Shoso-in Imperial Repository in Nara and admired as the Persian-like-design fabrics.
We have made into warp-patterned brocade with our original design imaging nostalgically of the ancient days and places of the Silk Road.