This is a fashionable 'hige-tsumugi' Nagoya obi
with turnip motifs, which is dyed.
Textile is exquisite silk called 'hige-tsumugi' - weft yarns come out like 'hige'(beard), and has nubby touch.
There is a stamp of the designer and signature lower the otaiko.
It is discolored overall and discoloration on the otaiko and maegara(front patterned part) are prominent.
The stains(B) on the maegara will appear when tied.
However, when you start wrapping the obi from your right tummy to left(Rotate obi counterclockwise), they will be hidden.
There are other flaws such as noticeable folding lines.
Please check detail photos.
Please enjoy its unique design!