This is a glamorous vintage Furisode
with auspicious 'Tabane-noshi'(bundled paper stripes) design, which is dyed.
The charming butterfly noshi(tied gift wrapping paper) design is added among the dynamic layout.
It also has vibrant colored traditional design such as 'kiri'(paulownia), 'Ume' (plum blossom) 'Kiku'(chrysanthemum) ,crane, 'Seigaiha'(wave) and 'Shokkou'(octagon and rectangle).
The traditional Japanese embroidery technique such as Koma-tsume, Koma-chara, Nuikiri and Nikuire(padded embroidery) are added allover.
We can see strong preferences of the weaver from the details of the design such as the loosen feeling of the string of noshi.
The full embroidered piece shows luxurious presence.
Textile is chirimen (crepe) silk and has soft and slightly textured touch..
The collar is hiro-eri (unfolded).
It has patinas and discoloration on its base by ages.
It has tiny stains and slight frays on the embroidery like photo(B).
Although not shown on the photo, gold foil are added in places, and the fabric is getting stiff by ages.
The fabric maybe tear when wearing.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
It cannot be worn repeatedly, as a whole.
Please enjoy this fabulous piece for the display of interior decor as a vintage.
*Even if a tear appears in gold glazing part, after purchase, we cannot guarantee it. Thank you for your understanding in advance.
**Please be advised that the images of this item will be stored and posted in our Kimono Archive, a virtual kimono museum, which will be launched soon. Thank you for your understanding in advance.
(Its images may be used in publishing or design source and apply part of the profits to Kimono Archive's running expense.)