This is a glamorous Tsume tsuzure
It has a "Kiku" (chrysanthemum) on tatewaku'(waving lines) pattern, which is woven with Tsume tsuzure
One threads by one threads, it was woven elaborately with nails, and it had to be taken incredibly long time to be completed. It has special kind of comfortable and medium touch of Tsume tsuzure
Threads are woven in loop shape, giving it kanoko dot-like bumpy look.
Textile is exquisite silk with soft and crisp touch.
'Maegara' (front patterned part) is only on one side.
When you start wrapping the obi from your left tummy to right(Rotate obi clockwise), Maegara will show.
There are prominent folding lines and stains.
A stain (B) near tare end can be hidden when tied, but
whitish stains (1st flaw photo) would show on otaiko part.
Please check photos and a figure for details.
Any of flaws won't be disturbing for wearing.
It's still wearable enough with very good condition if you are familiar with secondhand items.