This is a Fukuro obi
with 'Kicho'( partition used by noble people in ancient days) pattern, which is woven on the ivory background.
The pattern is woven in the 60% of the right side.('Rokutsu').
Foil threads woven in the design are gracefully shining.
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
There is a black part caused by fray on about 67cm(26.3in) from Kaikiri line or Tare end, however it will be hidden when tied neatly.
It has stains on one side.
However, if you start wrapping the obi from your right tummy to left(Rotate obi counterclockwise), they can be hidden.
It has slight folding line.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
Although not shown on the figure, it has smudge-like slight flaws on the 'Maegara'(front patterned part) and Otaiko(square bow) design of one side, but not noticeable so much.
Though it has a bit of sense of use, it still can be tied.
Please enjoy its elegant fashion!