Sakabukuro, or sake straining bags, are beautiful boro textiles. Made of cotton saturated with green persimmon tannin which gives the distinctive brown color, this utilitarian textile was used in sake making. The weathered, leathery finish & hand mending reveal this well loved piece's rich history.
Early to mid twentieth century
30" x 10"
Adanudo cloth is hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom, then the lengths are sewn together. Made in Ghana.
NOTE: One of a kind. Please note that due to the handmade and vintage nature of this piece there may be some slight irregularities.
116" x 71"
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