CONE PATTERNS I

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A group of five Japanese two-piece patterns for making textile dying cones (tsutsu). The paper cones were made of paper soaked in kakishibu, persimmon tannin, and used to apply resist dying starch in the yuzen dying process. On contemporary metal stands
Meiji Period (1868-1912)
Largest 17” long, 19 ¾” high on stand, shortest 13 ½” high on stand

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