This is a Kurotomesode
kimono, most formal kimono for a married woman.
It has classical 'kiku'(chrysanthemum), Matsu (pine tree), Kaede maples and 'Kicho'( partition used by noble people in ancient days) in scroll pattern, which is woven.
Textile is silk, and it has soft touch.
Polyester Hiyoku (additional layer) is attached.
There are five kamon(family crest) dyed out.
Title of the pattern of kimono is woven on right front panel.
Letter of patent is attached on the piece of fabric.
It has basting stitches, and it seems after being cleaned.
There are stains in five places, but not disturbing for wearing.
Discoloration is mentioned on the pattern and Hakkake 'lower lining', but it actually is slightly discolored throughout on outside and on its lining.
Please see photos for details.
If you do not mind the small flaws mentioned, it can continue to be worn even as a formal garment.