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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

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

Kosode kimono, early Edo period, 1690s, Japan

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)

☆ today limit! Gem of Kyoto to approach specialties Kimono

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


Furisode, featuring motifs of Paulownia Tree and Phoenixes, Edo period (1615-1868), late 18th-early 19th century. Tie-dyeing (boshi and kanoko shibori) and silk and metallic thread embroidery on red-orange figured silk satin (rinzu), LACMA (Gift of Miss Bella Mabury) (Tumblr)


Beautiful cherry blossom kimono; a classic look.

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