This is an elegant Fukuro obi
with kiredori(over lapping fabric scraps) design, which is woven.
It has some designs of tatewaku(waving line), shippou-tsunagi(jointed four circles), and takara-zukushi(treasure assortment) on it.
Also they are used kiribame(patchwork) technique.
Gold and silver foil threads are woven at its design and shines gracefully.
Textile is silk and has soft touch.
The length is rather long, 15'1"(460cm).
That's why there are kaikiri lines(end mark lines) at halfway, 0'2"(5cm) and 0'5"(16cm) from tare(wide part) end.
Also one line(0'2" from tare end) will be shown when it tied.
Snags and smudges are not so disturbing, but stains at otaiko(square bow) and tare end are noticeable when it tied.
Also it has slight folding lines, so please check detail photos.
If these flaws do not bother you, it could be still used.
Please enjoy its tasteful classical design at your hands!