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This is a vintage Furisode with gorgeous auspicious pattern, which is dyed. Royal cart, cranes, Matsu (pine tree) and 'botan'(peony) are dyed elegantly. Fine embroidery work is added on parts of the pattern. Textile is silk, and it has soft touch. Collar is bachi-eri(folded collar). It has five kamon(family crest) dyed out.  (Front).

This is a vintage Furisode with gorgeous auspicious pattern, which is dyed. Royal cart, cranes, Matsu (pine tree) and 'botan'(peony) are dyed elegantly. Fine embroidery work is added on parts of the pattern. Textile is silk, and it has soft touch. Collar is bachi-eri(folded collar). It has five kamon(family crest) dyed out. (Front).

ART Handpainted Cranes Pines Vintage Japanese Kimono, Elegant Painted Crane Couple Among Pines Swirling Water Black Silk Tomesode, Wall Art

ART Handpainted Cranes Pines Vintage Japanese Kimono, Elegant Painted Crane Couple Among Pines Swirling Water Black Silk Tomesode, Wall Art

Japanese Kimono, Black Silk, Crane, Kimonos

ART KIMONO Gorgeous Gold Kinsai Bridge Weeping Tree Flowers Vintage Japanese Silk Tomesode Kimono Gold Embellished Tomesode Kimono Wall Art

ART KIMONO Gorgeous Gold Kinsai Bridge Weeping Tree Flowers Vintage Japanese Silk Tomesode Kimono Gold Embellished Tomesode Kimono Wall Art

Weeping Trees, Flower Vintage, Japanese Kimono, Kimonos, Bridges

Embroidery Snail On Plant Design Summer Ro Vintage Nagoya Obi

Kimono Flea Market Ichiroya offers you the authentic and charming old kimono direct from Japan with reasonable prices just as the price of the Japanese flea markets !

Kimono with Design of Pheasant amidst Peonies. First half 20th century, Japan.  Silk crepe; hand-painted paste-resist dyeing with silk embroidered accents.  MET Museum.  Collection of Sue Cassidy Clark

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Kimono with Pheasants amid Peonies (designer not listed) -- dated early Century

Japanese Wedding Kimono or Uchikake by AllAboutEvette on Etsy, $1,600.00

Japanese Wedding Kimono or Uchikake

A fine plain silk miyamairi kimono worn during ceremonial anointment at a Shinto shrine. The kimono features the classic auspicious motifs of cranes and pine trees, yuzen-dyed.  Meiji period (1868-1911), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery

A fine plain silk miyamairi kimono worn during ceremonial anointment at a Shinto shrine. The kimono features the classic auspicious motifs of cranes and pine trees, yuzen-dyed. The Kimono Gallery

This is a graceful purple uchikake from Taisho period(1912-1925).  Crane, ume blossom and pine tree motifs are dyed vividly in the graceful purple background.  Many parts are added fine embroidery work.  Textile is plain silk, and bottom is heavily padded.

This is a graceful purple uchikake from Taisho Crane, ume blossom and pine tree motifs are dyed vividly in the graceful purple background. Many parts are added fine embroidery work. Textile is plain silk, and bottom is heavily padded.

Kimono,  #Japan (1945-1972) The Textile Museum | Collections

Kimono designs often come from the natural world and have great significance and complex meanings. The crane, for example, is one of the most revered and auspicious animals in Japanese art, representing longevity and good fortune.

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