Indigo Check Apron
Slow made woven checker textile apron with the light feeling of a perfectly worn shirt. Final sale.
Banshu woven indigo check apron.
BasShu began in 2007 with a single chambray shirt, woven using traditional Japanese Banshu weaving techniques. Since then, the line has expanded to include high-quality home goods drawing on other ancient Japanese production methods from regions like Imabari, known for their cotton towels, and Kojima, famous for denim, all designed to last forever and take on character over time.
made in Japan
dimensions 36.5 in x 33 in
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