This is a Showa period (1926- 1989) Furisode
Kimono with large 'tabane-noshi' (tied gift wrapping paper), 'kicho'( partition used by noble people in ancient days) and 'kiku'(chrysanthemum) designs, which are dyed in vibrant colors.
Small classical motifs are dyed on tabane-noshi and Kicho
Its white and red colors are very glamorous.
Kinkoma embroidery work of left front panel is gracefully shining.
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
The collar is hiro-eri(unfolded).
It has 5 dye kamons.
Stitches of left sleeve seam are coming loose a little. (D)
Slight discoloration, patinas, stains and dyestuffs by ages can be seen.
There are smudges and wear.
Also, lining has flaws such as slight discoloration and holes.
Please check detail photos.
Though it has some flaws by ages, please enjoy its vibrant and gorgeous designs!