It is indigo dyeing cotton Yogi of the Edo era made in Shiga. There is a thin stain to the image of the tortoise.
It has a repair trace and a small hole. However
It is a good item generally.
Size 153cm length x 140cm (from sleeve to sleeve)
It is Japanese antique indigo dye cotton shibori kimono of the Taisho era(1900-1910). It has a few thin stains. However, as for it, as for the damage, there are none. It is indigo dyeing shibori kimono which it is very impressive, and is beautiful.
size:145cm x 121cm (57.0" x 47.6")
It is considered that the sacredness which symbolizes the crop of a rich grape tree is a tree.The tree of the grape has a feeling of a lively motion very much. This is a "yogi", a kind of futon in the shape of kimono made of hand-spun cotton of Edo era (1800-1867).
It is stuffed with cotton and has hand-spun cotton lining dyed with vegetable color. It is damage few very good condition.The motif of the tree of this grape is very rare and precious tsutsugaki textile.
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This is japanese Indigo dye shirakage-shibori kimono textile of the Meiji era(1868-1912). It is made of hand-spun and hand-woven and natural indigo dyed cotton.As for it, there are a few extremely thin stains. However, it does not stand out. It does not have damage. The sleeve has the part which I seamed together.
size:124cm x 119cm (48.8" x 46.8")
This fireman's sashiko coat is the one in Edo period. (1800-1867)) It is abe no seimei and oni(japanese Ghost) motif in the indigo dye cotton. It has a little abrasion on the thin stain and cuffs. However, it is very good condition generally.Abe no Seimei, February 21, 921 ľ October 31, 1005) was an onmy˘ji, a leading specialist of onmy˘d˘ during the middle of the Heian Period in Japan. In addition to his prominence in history, he is a legendary figure in Japanese folklore and has been po ...click for details
It is silk fukusa textile of embroidery & dyeing of the Taisho era. It is excellent and am delicate, and embroidery of the fukusa and the technique of the dyeing are very beautiful. It has thin stain and smudge. It does not have the damage.
size:71cm x 66cm (27.9" x 25.9")
This is a sakiori boro Tattered futon cover textile Meiji era (1868-1900)with beautiful mixture of colors.Sakiori is the recycled textile which is woven of shreds for wefts which are torn from old cloth such as kimono, wrapping cloth, futon cover and so on. Most of colors are vegetable dye. size:164cm x 125cm (64.5" x 49.2" )
This is a sakiori boro Tattered futon cover textile Meiji era (1868-1900)with beautiful mixture of colors.The vertical thread is an old hemp thread. It is old conclusive evidence that the hemp thread is used. Sakiori is the recycled textile which is woven of shreds for wefts which are torn from old cloth such as kimono, wrapping cloth, futon cover and so on. Most of colors are vegetable dye.
size:142cm x 112cm (55.9" x 44" )
This is japanese Indigo dye shibori cotton kimono textile of the Meiji era(1868-1910). It has a few thin stains. However, it does not have damage.It is made of hand-spun natural indigo dyed cotton. The part in front of the sleeve has sewing together.
size:Length 138cm (54.3") sleeve to sleeve 121cm (47.6")
It is beautiful silk dangawari(Dyeing) jyuban kimono textile of the Taisho era(1912-1926).
It is the color that very impressive, and is beautiful. It has a few thin stains. However, it does not stand out. There is not damage, and it is very good condition.
size:144cm x 127cm (56.6" x 49.9")
This is kinran silk nishijin textile uchishiki of the Meiji era(1868-1912).It does not have a stain. It has one intellect Sana hole. However, it is very good condition.As for it, lining is cotton. size:76cm x 66cm (29.9" x 26")
This is Japanese sik Stripe kimono textile of the Meiji era(1868-1912). The lining is cotton of the indigo dyeing. It does not have a stain. The sleeve has slight damage. However, it is very good condition. Cotton enters in that.
size:126cm x 126cm (49.6" x 49.6")