Cotton futon cover featuring auspicious motifs of crane, turtle, plum, pine and bamboo: all created utilizing the tsutsugaki technique.  19th century, Japan.  Met Museum (Gift of Sue Cassidy Clark, in honor of Dr. Barbara Brennan Ford, 2004)

Cotton futon cover featuring auspicious motifs of crane, turtle, plum, pine and bamboo: all created utilizing the tsutsugaki technique.  19th century, Japan.  Met Museum (Gift of Sue Cassidy Clark, in honor of Dr. Barbara Brennan Ford, 2004)

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