This is a graceful Kurotomesode
made by Chisou, one of the most famous kimono makers in Kyoto.
It has abstract flower circles and classical design on 'kiredori' (overlapping fabric scraps) pattern, which is dyed and embroidered.
Its gorgeous embroidery work arranged on the design is suitable for auspicious occasions.
Textile is exquisite, soft silk.
Silk Hiyoku (additional layer) is attached on it.
It has dyed 5 Kamons.
There is a stamp of the designer on the right front panel.
*The background color may seem irregular on photos, but it is actually one tone of color as seen in HTML code.
The dyed kamon (family crest) has slightly discolored.
It has slight discoloration and patinas around the bottom.
There are some other flaws.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
If such flaws are not bothering, it is wearable on formal occasions.
Please enjoy its gorgeous and classical design.
Chisou is one of the long-established stores of Kyo-Yuzen, which was established in 1555 in Kyoto.
They are top level dyers who continue to keep traditions.
At the same time, their new ideas and techniques which depend on their frontier spirit have been getting attention, and admired in the world.
Their products are appreciated as world top level art objects. The Imperial Household of Japan is one of their clients. They have been succeeded to exhibit the possibility
They are the distinguished producer of Kyo-Yuzen who devote to Yuzen
technique which is the origin of Kimono dyeing.