kimono has traditional ribbon, 'shippou-tsunagi' (jointed four circles) and ume (Japanese apricot) design, which is dyed.
Several parts are dyed with gold foils, and they shine gracefully.
Textile is soft and glossy silk and it has woven fine hail pattern on its base.
The lapel is hiro-eri (wide lapel).
Besides relatively prominent wear(A), it has small stains a lot on the right side of the lapel.
Those stains will be seen even if you fold the lapel. (B)
Mud splash-like stains are seen on the left front panel. (C)
It has slight discolorations around the creases, but they are not shown on the figure, so sorry.
Please see more photos and a figure for other flaws.
This item can't be worn regrettably.
It must be wonderful for handicraft material or the practice of kimono dressing.