This is a vintage Furisode
kimono with glamorous design of 'kaioke' (a hexagonal container to store clam shells, which are used ancient shell matching game - 'kaiawase') and kaiawase (ancient shell matching game), which is dyed.
Textile is very soft kinsha(fine crepe silk) with woven stone pavement and jigami'(piece of paper in the shape of folding fan, umbrella etc.) pattern.
The collar is hiro-eri(unfolded collar).
It has three dyed kamon(family crest).
There is noticeable discoloration due to its age.(B)
The ones on the sleeve seams, cuffs and collar are prominent.
Although (A) is marked as signs of wear on the collar,
it is actually discoloration due to remodeling.
There are noticeable stains.
The stain(C) is prominent.
There are some other flaws.
For the details, please refer to the photos and sheet.
Although it's not mentioned on the sheet and photo,
there are loose stitches of 'kinkoma'(golden outlining embroidery work) for 2"(5.5cm) long on the back side of left sleeve.
*The background color may seem irregular on photos, but it is actually one tone of color as seen in HTML code.*
Unfortunately, it is no longer in wearable condition at formal occasions.
However, it is still charming design which we would like you to enjoy.