Kimono Scarf S9121 - Soft, fluid silk kimono scarf in brilliant colors sewn from a kimono manufacturer's sample bolt of fabric.
There are 3 distinct patterns in electric colors. Measures 68" x 5.75".
The fabric has a jacquard weave throughout with an ancient symbol for good luck and prosperity, in Japanese the symbol is called "卍" (manji). It is not a swastika pattern.
You will see it clearly on the purple areas of the scarf and it appears larger on one long end (photo 6). In the first photo I have turned the scarf end to the other side.
The scarf is lovely but has a tiny 3/8" rip in the cloth (photo 7) which is 26" from one long end and 5/7" from the side seam. It probably won't grow any larger since there is no stress on it.
Would look great worn with black tops.
Kimono Scarf S9121
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.