New-York Historical Society | Rights & Reproductions
Cyanotypes printed on cotton textile fragments, ca.1900, by George E. Stonebridge. Gift of George E. Stonebridge, New-York Historical Society, 1942.83.
Bandana Momotaro Hand-Dyed Red
A Japanese folktale of a boy born from a peach. Found by a childless elderly couple, the boy goes on to slay monsters and champion the notion that big things come in small packages. Our hand-dyed bandana features a hand-illustrated design telling the fabled tale of this peach-sized hero. Each bandana is printed, pressed and packaged by hand in Portland, Oregon. Red Momotaro Hand-dyed in Portland, Oregon Comes with an antiqued brass pin Size: 22x22″ Product #: MB04 Code WS50
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