The kasuri technique softens this geometric "ajiro" basket pattern. The ground is a deep indigo, and the pattern stands out when the light is off and softens when the light is on. A very versatile but interesting colour and pattern which looks at home in the town or country, with modern or traditional decor.
- 100% Kasuri dyed cotton, from the Nomura workshop in the famous town of Kurume, Kyūshū
- 100% Kasuri dyed cotton, from the Arimatsu Chosei workshop in Nagoya
- The measurements are: Bottom Diameter, Top Diameter, Length of Side (not height).
- Pattern placement can vary across shade sizes, if you need to know more, please do ask us.
- Shade made in the UK, the lamp base is not included, this is for the shade only
- Compatible with US E26 lampsockets
- If you need shades with a finial fitting to fit a harp, please get in touch. These can be made to order for a small extra cost
- If the shade you want is out of stock, then it will be made for you. Shades that are made for you cannot be returned (please see our T&Cs). If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch before ordering.
Shibori is an ancient dying process where the cloth is squeezed, knotted, twisted or folded before dying to make a huge variety of patterns. Arimatsu Chosei uses the Itajime technique where the cloth is folded and then clamped before dying to make beautiful geometric patterns. The folding itself is a labrious process but then the indigo dying is equally time consuming.