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This uchikake is from Taisho period(1912-1925) or early Showa period(Showa:1926-1989).

This uchikake is from Taisho period(1912-1925) or early Showa period(Showa:1926-1989).

Wedding kimono (uchikake) decorated with fan papers, bamboo, plum, pine, tortoises and cranes, Japanese, Edo period, 19th century.

Wedding kimono (uchikake) decorated with fan papers, bamboo, plum, pine, tortoises and cranes, Japanese, Edo period, 19th century.

Kosode with chrysanthemums  early part of the Edo Era (17th century)    菊模様小袖   江戸時代前期  松坂屋京都染織参考館蔵

Kosode with chrysanthemums early part of the Edo Era (17th century) 菊模様小袖 江戸時代前期 松坂屋京都染織参考館蔵

Kimono (furisode), Japanese, Taishô or Shôwa era, late 1920s–1930s, Center back: 170.2 cm (67 in.), Long-sleeved robe (furisode) with overall, large-scale design of fan shapes decorated with auspicious motifs in blue, green, orange floating on a black, orange and white ground of swirling waves. Five crests with three heart-shaped leaves turned inward (symbol of shogun families).

Kimono (furisode), Japanese, Taishô or Shôwa era, late 1920s–1930s, Center back: 170.2 cm (67 in.), Long-sleeved robe (furisode) with overall, large-scale design of fan shapes decorated with auspicious motifs in blue, green, orange floating on a black, orange and white ground of swirling waves. Five crests with three heart-shaped leaves turned inward (symbol of shogun families).

打掛(扇流し文様)

打掛(扇流し文様)

A silk furisode featuring embroidery, yuzen-dyeing and gold foil outlining.  Late Meiji (1890-1912), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

A silk furisode featuring embroidery, yuzen-dyeing and gold foil outlining. Late Meiji (1890-1912), Japan. The Kimono Gallery

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