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Item No#381569
Historyquite new
Conditionvery good
Techniquedye & embroidery
sleeve to sleeve 126cm 49 3/4"
length 160cm 63"
back width 59cm 23 1/4"
around the hip 107cm 42"
sleeve length 54cm 21 1/4"
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This is a Houmongi kimono by Tokusen with kiku(chrysanthemum) design, which is dyed and embroidered on the gray base.
It is woven tiny stripe pattern with silver threads on the base.
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
There is a stamp of the designer's signature on the right front panel.

*The background color may seem irregular on photos, but it is actually one tone of color.*

Basting stitches remain on sleeves and the bottom.

It has slight discoloration on upper front panel, back side and the lining.
It has tiny fray on left shoulder.(B)
For the detail, please check figures and photos.

If you do not mind these flaws, it still can be worn.
Please enjoy its elegant design!

The first generation Tokusen established the weaver of the Imperial standard for not only the royal house but also purveyors to the Imperial Household Agency in Kyoto in 1680.
Thereafter the name has been succeeded from generation to generation.
The twelfth generation Tokusen Fujibayashi was the International traditional industrial artist who worked active based in Kyoto.
He was a successor of Japanese traditional art 'Rinpa'.
He also believed in 'beauty, noble, dignity' as an idea of the creation, and he performed his work production that established 'prayer to world peace' in his principal objective.
He was awarded the Ojuhosho (Medal with a Yellow Ribbon for industriousness) and recognized as one of the UNESCO authors.
He designed a technique that makes kimono sparkle by weaving jewels and platinums into the kimono fabric.
He passed away in 2013.

description: Hino
*Approx background color - HTML code (F7F7F7)


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