This is a graceful Fukuro obi
with a design of Tsujigahana, which is dyed and dyed with Shibori technique.
Three-dimensional look of Shibori and its shade are rich and elaborated.
Textile is exquisite, Tsumugi
silk and has a soft touch with silver foil threads woven into the weft yarn.
It has hollyhock pattern woven on the base.
There is prominent, liner discoloration on 'tesaki'(the end of folded, narrow belt), but it is on the part 2.75in(7cm) from 'tesaki'(the end of folded, narrow belt), and inconspicuous when tied.
There are some other flaws such as folding lines.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
It does not mention on the sheet, it has trickled, black dyestuffs all around the one side of the wrong side, but they are tiny and inconspicuous when tied.
Although there are such flaws, it is still wearable enough in very good condition.
Please enjoy its graceful design.