This is a tasteful Nagoya obi
with 'Kiku'(chrysanthemum) on 'kiredori'(overlapping fabric scraps) pattern, which is dyed with shibori(tie-dye) technique.
It is woven 'Honmon'(flowers on linked Sayagata) on the base.
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
It has no kaikiri lines(end mark line), so it seems to be made of kimono or haori fabric.
It has seams on the wrong side of 'tare'(wide end), the narrow belt part and so on.
It has a stain on 'tare'(wide end), it could be hidden when you tie it. (Second flaw photo)
It has a stain(A) on left side of 'maegara' (front pattern on belly), it will be hidden somehow.
When you start wrapping the obi from your right tummy to left(Rotate obi counterclockwise), it will be hidden.
It also has slight discoloration.
For the details, please refer to the photos and figure.
It's still wearable enough with very good condition.
Please enjoy its stylish fashion.