Item #472988
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Item No#472988
ItemHoumongi
Price$350.00
Historyquite new
Conditionvery good
Fabricsilk
Liningsilk
Techniquedye
Size
sleeve to sleeve 136cm 53 1/2"
length 165.5cm 65 1/4"
back width 59cm 23 1/4"
around the hip 110cm 43 1/2"
sleeve length 48.5cm 19"
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Weight1.13kg
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This is an elegant Houmongi kimono with Tsujigahana (one of the Japanese fabric dying techniques called a phantasmal technique) design, which is dyed.
This Kimono was made by Tetsuya Higuma.
The light colored ombre dying on the cream colored base gives an elegant impression.
The base is woven with unique weaving style and has bumpy texture.
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
There is a dyer's signature on the right front panel.

The stains on the sleeve are quite prominent and noticeable.(J)
The other stains and patinas are slight and they are not so noticeable from a distance.(E,C,H,I)
The dyestuff is tiny and close to the hem, so it is not so noticeable from a distance.(D)
The snag on the sleeve is blended in the base color, but it is sticking out and it is noticeable.(F)
The smudges on the collar and the cuffs, and the discoloration on the lining are slight.(A,B,J)
For the details, please refer to the photos and figure.

If these discoloration do not bother you, it could be still worn for formal occasion.
Please enjoy this elegant fashion!

photo:matsumi
description:Koo

*Tetsuya Higuma*
He was born in Niigata in 1952, and he is one of the famous Tsujigahana dyers.
He learned Japanese painting and dyeing in 1972.
After having studied batik technique with plant dye, he began to produce the Tsujigahana dyeing in 1982.
He was introduced by kimono magazines and held private exhibitions all over Japan.
He also made stage costumes of the enka singer and wedding dresses.
His works are beautiful like a picture with gradation, soft blur and tie-dyeing.  
*Approx background color - HTML code (E6E2B1)

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