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BORO TOTE - Boro literally translates to rags or scraps of cloth that were made in the early 20th century for clothes and household items. These cloths were mended, patched up and repaired over and over again as not everyone could afford the silk kimonos worn by the more upper class. Though the cloth was made from scraps, they were no less beautiful than that worn by the aristocracy. Today the Boro cloth is valued as art and highly admired and collected, and rightfully so. Boro uses…

BORO TOTE - Boro literally translates to rags or scraps of cloth that were made in the early 20th century for clothes and household items. These cloths were mended, patched up and repaired over and over again as not everyone could afford the silk kimonos worn by the more upper class. Though the cloth was made from scraps, they were no less beautiful than that worn by the aristocracy. Today the Boro cloth is valued as art and highly admired and collected, and rightfully so. Boro uses…

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