This is a Tsumugi Nagoya obi
with strip of paper motifs, which are 'kiribame'(technique which cuts off some cloth, inserts in another cloth and constitutes a pattern or dyed).
There are dyed 'Kiku'(chrysanthemum), 'Ume'(Plum blossoms) and 'Kaede'(maple leaf) on the strip of paper.
There are fine Sagara embroidery works on the pattern.
Textile is rustic soft Tsumugi
silk with knobs of yarns.
There are frays on the corners of 'taresaki'(end of wide part) and the edge of 'maegara' (front pattern on belly).
The fray on 'maegara' (front pattern on belly)(A) will be hidden when you start wrapping the obi from your right tummy to left (Rotate obi counterclockwise).
There are slight discoloration throughout, smudges on the both edges.
There are some folding lines.
For the details, please refer to the photos and sheet.
Although it has some flaws, enjoy wearing the tasteful design with fine embroidery works.