This is a tasteful Fukuro obi
with 'Kikyou'(Japanese bellflower) design, which is dyed.
It has embroidery work arranged on 'Kikyou'(Japanese bellflower) design.
Textile is exquisite, soft silk.
'Taresaki'(end of wide part) is roughly stitched together by an individual.
Not shown on the sheet and in the photos, it has prominent discoloration between the part 5.51in(14cm) from the bottom of 'otaiko'(square bow) and the part 1.57in(4cm) before 'maegara' (front pattern on belly).
There is noticeable, liner discoloration on the part 7.87in(20cm) from 'tesaki'(the end of folded, narrow belt).
There are some other flaws such as folding lines.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
Unfortunately, it is no longer wearable due to the prominent discoloration.
It must be a good handcraft materials.