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Dofuku (jacket), Momoyama period (16th/17th century). The jacket is made of woven gold and silver threads, with a bold design of peacock feathers, the front flaps with five clawed dragons.

Cabinet with Design of Stylized Tortoiseshell Patterns, Momoyama period (1573–1615) late 16th–early 17th century - Powdered gold (maki-e) on black lacquer; gilt-bronze handle, lock, and hinges

Wakizashi Momoyama Sword Dated: 16th Century Culture: Japan Medium: Steel, iron, gold, lacquer

Evening coat, 1920s–30s, Japanese. Medium: silk, metallic thread | The Metropoitan Museum of Art

Sashimono (Personal Flag) of Sakakibara Yasumasa, Momoyama period, 17th century. Silk and gold leaf; 61 3/8 x 28 3/4 in. (156 x 73 cm) Tokyo National Museum

Hineno Zunari Kabuto. Momoyama Period. Circa 1575-1600 Beautiful Zunari style Kabuto with feather shaped wakidate. It features the Tsuyama Clan crest.

A page from a book of painted kosode [proto-kimono] designs. Second half of 17th century (1650-1700), Japan. Ink, color, gold and silver on paper. MET Museum (Purchase, Friends of Asian Art Gifts, 2004)

桃山時代 幾何蒔絵螺鈿洋櫃 Chest with a Single Drawer Momoyama period (1573–1615) Japan Gold lacquer with hiramaki-e and mother-of-pearl inlay; gilt copper fittings

Nuihaku (Nô Costume), Momoyama period (1568–1603), 16th century Silk, plain weave; patterned with resist dyeing, impressed gold leaf, and embroidered with silk in satin, single satin, surface satin and stem stitches; couching; lined with silk, plain weave; center back panels of silk, warp-float faced 3:1 twill weave self-patterned by areas of plain weave. The Art Institute of Chicago