A Japanese Kimono damask – a reversible self patterned satin weave, traditionally made of silk and sometimes rayon with a geometric background that gives way to a stylised floral patterns. The scheme of the patterning allocates almost equal space to the pattern and to the ground weave

It is woven with the sericin still in the warps and wefts and is degummed (glossed) and dyed after being woven..

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