This is an elegant vintage Nagoya obi
with embroidered flower pattern made of hige-tsumugi silk, whose weft yarns are coming out like 'hige'(beards).
The sticking yarns, together with the slightly waving wefts making a grain-like woven pattern, makes this piece a very unique and tasteful one.
It's soft and has grainy touch.
Textile is jinken(rayon) and has stiff touch.
When you start wrapping the obi from your left tummy to right(Rotate obi clockwise), Maegara will show.
Holes on the otaiko(square bow) will be outstanding when it's tied, but the large tear on the tesaki will not.
Discoloration and smudges can be seen prominently overall.
The fabric of the tare end is stretched(photo A) so it might need some mending.
There are some other flaws such as prominent stains on the otaiko(square bow) and the maegara(front pattern).
Frays(photo B) can also be seen on the embroidered threads.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
It's not in wearable condition, however, the wonderful textile and the elegant motif could be useful for your handicraft.