11" x 21" Vintage Obi Pillow
The obi is a long broad sash worn wrapped around the waist of a kimono. There are many different types, the most formal and traditional being the Maru obi. Most popular during the Meiji (1868-1912) and Taisho (1912-1926) periods, their bulk and weight make them difficult to tie by oneself, and they are currently worn only by geishas and brides.
These amazing textiles are too beautiful to be stored away. Surround yourself with our elegant pillows and enjoy incredible pieces of art in your home everyday.
Removable Pillow Cover with Invisible Zipper - 100% silk with an all over shibori, (tie dye), fabric on the face. In addition to the design and color the shibori dying technique creates, it also gives the fabric texture. Backside is a silk yarn dye slub navy fabric. Made from a haori, (kimono coat), found in the Kyoto Prefecture in Japan.
Pillow Insert - 10% down/90% feather, cotton cover. Made in USA.
Reversible Pillow - Yarn Dye Slub navy fabric on back...gives you the option for a solid look.
Care - Dry Clean Only
Designed, Cut and Sewn in USA.
Returns - if you need to make a return contact us within 10 days for a RMA#.