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Meisen silk kimono.  About 1920-1935, Japan.

Meisen silk kimono. About 1920-1935, Japan.

Costume details of Japanese traditional art "Noh"  Kimono, such as luxurious enbroidered. - 能衣装ディティール。豪華な刺繍が施された着物

Costume details of Japanese traditional art "Noh" Kimono, such as luxurious enbroidered. - 能衣装ディティール。豪華な刺繍が施された着物

振袖 アンティーク

振袖 アンティーク

houmongi kimono - Google Search

houmongi kimono - Google Search

kimono

kimono

10v2967 Tall Vintage Houmongi Japanese Kimono Robe Dress Dyed Silk

10v2967 Tall Vintage Houmongi Japanese Kimono Robe Dress Dyed Silk

Antique Meisen

Antique Meisen

Noh costume (karaori)  Kimono  Japanese, Meiji era, 19th century, Noh theater robe (karaori) for female role with alternating blocks of color in light blue, green and reddish-orange delineated by ikat-dyed warp threads and an overall design of lilies and pinks in silk discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts over a diagonal lattice pattern in gilt paper strip discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts. MFA

Noh costume (karaori) Kimono Japanese, Meiji era, 19th century, Noh theater robe (karaori) for female role with alternating blocks of color in light blue, green and reddish-orange delineated by ikat-dyed warp threads and an overall design of lilies and pinks in silk discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts over a diagonal lattice pattern in gilt paper strip discontinuous supplementary patterning wefts. MFA

Kimono.

Kimono.

Painted Haori, Late Taisho to early Showa (1920-1940). A silk haori featuring painted pine tree motifs onto a dyed background. The Kimono Gallery

Painted Haori, Late Taisho to early Showa (1920-1940). A silk haori featuring painted pine tree motifs onto a dyed background. The Kimono Gallery

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