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Furisode with Noshi Streamers, phoenix and Paulownias in Tie-dyeing and Embroidery on Red Figured-Satin Ground. 19th century, Japan. Kyoto National Museum

Robe Date: 19th century Culture: Japan, Okinawa (Ryûkyû Islands) Medium: Resist-dyed and painted (bingata) silk crepe


Furisode kimono, first half 19th century, Japan. “Long-sleeved robe (furisode) with design of swallows (tsubame), cliffs and waves embroidered with various shades of brown, yellow, white, red and blue silk; three crests couched with gold metallic thread across the upper back; lined with reddish-orange silk and padded at bottom. Silk satin with silk and gilt-paper embroidery" MFA. (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)

貝尽し文様万祝〈かいづくしもんようまいわい〉木綿、筒描 房州 江戸~明治時代〔日本〕 19世紀 161.0 x 127.6 cm No.22815

Japan | Hair ornament; silver, and silver gilt | 19th century, from the Edo period (1615 - 1868)

正絹,手刺繍半衿 Pure silk、hand embroidery Neckpiece ( on a kimono )

Japanese Weddings in the Edo Period (1615–1868) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kosode, Edo Period, 17th c, Kyoto National Museum

Japanese Kyo-yuzen kimono