Antique Korean bojagi, wrapping cloth made of silk. This type of bojagi is specifically called min-bo or chogak bo since it is made of a patchwork of silk scraps. Bojagi is a long standing Korean tradition used to cover and/or carry a multitude of things from household items to precious ritual objects. This bojagi is sewn with a deep red and white pinwheel pattern in the center framed in a bright pink. The other colors used range from deep purple, light green and white. The back is lined with cotton.
Age: early 20th century
Dimensions: 29″ x 29″