Item #392609
Kimono
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Item No#392609
ItemIrotomesode
Price$900.00
$651.00
$441.00
Historyquite old
Conditionvery good
Fabricsilk
Liningsilk
Techniquedye
Size
sleeve to sleeve 133cm 52 1/2"
length 165cm 65"
back width 58cm 22 3/4"
around the hip 105cm 41 1/2"
sleeve length 49cm 19 1/4"
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Weight1.48kg
Shipping method Express to United States 
 
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This is a graceful Irotomesode kimono with white peacock with big feather design, which is dyed.
This piece is designed by Tokio Hata, a living national treasure, famous for his Yuzen technique.
Embroidery with gold foil thread is added to the design partly.
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
It comes with an attached layer of kimono(Hiyoku).
It has three dyed kamon(family crest).
There are designer's signature on the right front panel.
It is in wooden box.

It has slight discoloration the design around hem, and has patinas.(C)
It has slight discoloration on the lining and kamon(family crest) part.
It also has some other flaws.
For the details, please refer to the photos and figure.

Though it has some flaws, it is still wearable enough.
Please enjoy its graceful design for celebratory occasions!

*It is in the wooden box, but we will send only the item for shipping cost reduction.
If you would like to have the box, please let us know. We will let you now shipping cost with the box.

*Tokio Hata*

The late Hata Tokio is a holder of the important intangible cultural asset of Yuzen and also the living national treasure.
He studied about Yuzen of Kaga and Kyo, and created his original Hata-Yuzen.
He mainly dyed beauties of nature.
Mandarin ducks are the signature motifs of his work.
He dyed the tapestry of the Tourou-yama float of the Gion festival, and the Furisode kimono for the late Princess Diana. His work has been appreciated not only in Japan, but also in the world.
Although we can't see his new work anymore, his eldest son, Noboru and his granddaughter, Toki, are also freehand drawing Yuzen dyer. The Hata-Yuzen is still inherited.

photo:matsumi
description:Okabayashi
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