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Item No#414310
ItemSummer Kimono
Historyquite old
Conditionvery good
Lininghitoe(not lined)
sleeve to sleeve 128cm 50 1/2"
length 164cm 64 1/2"
back width 57cm 22 1/2"
around the hip 103cm 40 1/2"
sleeve length 56.5cm 22 1/4"
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This is a ro Houmongi Kimono for summer with a flower pattern of a gerbera.
The large flower pattern is dyed with the ombre dyeing technique, and red and gold Koma (outline) embroidery work is added to it, shining elegantly.

It has a dyed kamon(family crest) on the nape.
There is a stamp of the designer's signature on the right front panel.
The textile is transparent ro(sheer for summer) silk and has soft touch.
No Shoulder pads and 'Ishikiate'(a square piece of reinforcement cloth) attached to it.
A ro silk collar lining is attached.
It was tailored by Takashimaya.

*The background color looks uneven in the photos, but actually it is one tone of color.*

It has slight discoloration all over.
Especially in the chest and around the side seam, that is prominent.
It has a slight 10cm(3.9in) stain on the left front panel, which will be disturbing to wear.(D)
The collar lining has prominent discoloration in it.
The stain on the back bodice (C) is accompanied by a stain that is similar to the stain (D).
There are some other faults such as other sleeve stains and discoloration, so please check the figures and photos for details.

Because of the prominent flaws, it might not be suitable to wear
We hope you enjoy this brilliant design of the long-established store!

description: Tanaka

Daihiko is one of the long-established stores of Tokyo-Yuzen, which was established in 1875 in Tokyo.
They have been creating artistic kimono with Yuzen technique and elaborate Japanese embroidery works.
Their high artistic value kimono have been appreciated by art collectors and judges all over the world.

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