Victorian to Art Deco colored celluloid combs with stones, with one Japanese metal hair pin and one Chinese metal trembler hair pin with semi-precious stones and kingfisher feathers.

Victorian to Art Deco colored celluloid combs with stones, with one Japanese metal hair pin and one Chinese metal trembler hair pin with semi-precious stones and kingfisher feathers. LOVE VINTAGE HAIR COMBS, they were so beautiful

Han-eri embroidered camellias. The "han-eri" is a detachable neckpieces for kimonos that is sewed on a juban, underwear for wafuku (Japanese traditional clothes). http://english.cheerup.jp/corpus/search?name=%E3%81%A9%E3%81%97+%E8%A5%A6%E8%A2%A2+%E3%81%98%E3%82%85%E3%81%B0%E3%82%93+%E5%8D%8A+%E8%A1%BF+%E7%BE%BD%E7%B9%94+%E3%81%B2%E3%82%82

The "han-eri" is a detachable neckpieces for kimonos that is sewed on a juban, underwear for wafuku (Japanese traditional clothes).

Traditional Kimono Colors. How to use the above chart: Make a hexagon, the corners of a 3x3 square, vertical line or an isosceles triangle to find the “best” colors to coordinate with a particular kimono color, according to the traditional Japanese schools of color. Some Examples...

To use: make a hexagon, the corners of a square, vertical line or an isosceles triangle to find the “best” colors to coordinate with a particular kimono color, according to the traditional Japanese schools of color.

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Uh oh, obi tied in the front? This is sure to bring a gloved hand to grandma's lips to hide her shock at the resemblance to an oiran of the pleasure quarters!

Kimono HIme Volume 11 Page 52

How to tie nagoya obi into Cat Ear musubi, worn with yukata. [from Kimono Hime, Volume page

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