Obiage Scarf I4255 - Lightweight silk obiage from Japan originally worn under an obi but now used as aneck scarf. Measures 58" x 12" at the ends, narrows to 6" in the shibori dyed areas. Those areas have pretty gold metallic thread highlights.There are pale yellow stains on one end between 8" and 12" up from the short end. You can barely see them in the 1st and 2nd photo. There is also a tiny gold spot on the other short end about 10" up and right on the edge. You can probably tie this so the one end doesn't show.Short edges are pinked.
Kimono Scarf I4255
Kimono scarves are neck scarves sewn from bolts of Japanese kimono fabric, originally intended to be made into a kimono jacket or robe. The bolts of cloth are narrow, between 12-14", so they are a natural choice for scarf making.