A Length of Plaid and Kasuri Cotton: Beautiful Pattern

$95.00 USD

early twentieth century
52 3/4" x 13", 134 cm x 33 cm

This is a wonderful length of old, hand woven kasuri dyed cotton that is made of hand spun yarns.

The pattern is rich with its wide bars that intersect to make a grid--and the intersection of the grid creates a basket weave design which is wonderful to see. There are white slashes of kasuri resisted cotton that come in alternating groups of six lines and four lines, the four lines are staggered while the six are fairly in line.

The cloth itself is tightly woven and nicely heavy in the hand. The condition is good and used with no obvious flaws.

This length of woven complexity is handsome and desirable for its ambitious and well-executed pattern.