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Nuno Maru Maru Scarf
This Nuno Maru Maru Scarf features a repeating circles pattern, in varying shades of blue, which is achieved by woven loop yarns. The motif is a graphic expression of Japanese characters that translate as “circle circle,” pronounced “maru maru.” The phrase is used to mask something objectionable, or to signify an unknown quantum. Made in Kiryu, Japan and designed by Reiko Sudo, a designer featured in the MoMA’s 1998 exhibition Structure & Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles. Sudo’s work is represented in the Museum’s collection. This warm scarf, made from 88% wool and 12% acrylic, measures 70.8l x15.7"w and is long enough to wrap around your neck twice. Dry clean only.