This is Tsutsugaki used in the Tohoku district. This was dyed with an indigo plant. As for it, dark blue and light blue contrast are fair. The cotton spun by hand has good texture. The local custom, the way of thinking affect the motif of Tsutsugaki. It is a very rare thing to adjust the hanging scroll of the letter to a theme happy. It is simple and sturdy, and this area assumes rusticity economy the history. There are two places of small stains. The others do not have any problem...
This is an upper child kimono of the Shonai district (Yamagata). It features blue dyeing and beautiful Tutugaki The Yuzen process of the freehand drawing is beautiful, this is thick cotton spun by hand. And crane and tortoises of the freehand drawing run well too. Lining is cotton dyed with rouge made specially in Yamagata. There are four stains of approximately 1cm (figure 1). There are two places extremely thin stain (figure 2). And there is one place of old rectification (figure 3)...
Boss of the craftsman of the Edo era wore this in a ceremony. This uses thick cotton spun by hand of the indigo dyeing. And this does delicate embroidery by silk thread. This has four places of raveling of a few thread and there is one place of tear of 1cm under the collar letter. However, the state is good. This is a very rare dyeing and weaving product of the Edo era in the common people. Size 89cm x 132cm (35.03"x 51.96")
This is Utishiki of Nishijin-textile made in Kyoto. The pattern of the texture is a crane and a cloud. This has 23 places of thin stains and a one place color becomes light. There is no damage. The name of an era of the back side is Tenpo8(1837) year. Size: 98.5cm x 99.5cm (38.7 "x 39.1")
This is checked pattern cotton of the good Meiji era of the texture. And this dyed a thread earlier and it was woven. There is a good texture spun by hand. There are several places of small holes in several places of light stains and edge. The Japanese checked pattern varies all in a design by a craftsman. The cotton goods became the uniform item mass-produced after about 1945. Till then each; there was delicate difference...
This is Fukusa made in Kyoto in the Edo era. The movement of the feather is sharp, and this is impressive. This has the part which a black thread slightly came off like image F1. F2. There is slight slack of the thread such as the F3 image. The size 78cm x 68.5cm (30.7" x 26.9")
This is good-quality hemp Noragi made in the Echigo district in the Edo era. This hemp thread is spun by hand delicately. The design is snowy ring and grass. This has several places of holes and repair traces. This is repaired in good-quality hemp Kasuri and white good-quality hemp. There is no dirt. Size: 86cm x 104cm (33.8 "x 40.9")
This is Asamai-Shibori Kimono dyed with a natural indigo plant in the Meiji era. This cotton is spun by hand. This pattern is leaf of Bashou and Funndou. This is a good texture. This has two or three places of thin stains. There are several places of repair traces on the back side. This shows a lot of almost none of the surface repair traces. Size: 126cmx 117cm (49.6 "x 46")
It is indigo dyeing Patched Sashiko-stitch beautiful BORO kimono of very rare and amazing in the Edo era . This is all an original state.This can enjoy both sides. As for this, the good cotton of a texture spun by hand in the Edo era is used. This was colored into Katazome, Shibori, solid color with an indigo plant of nature. This was found in the very rich area of the Tohoku district. It was food, money and an easy heart. As for this, hemp thread is used all for Sashiko...
This is Amazing antique Indigo dye boro Tattered patched tattsuke pants noragi of the Meiji era(1869-1912).It is hemp tattsuke of Iwate Prefecture .It is sashiko- stitch for repair by hand. It can enjoy both sides. size:Length 82cm (32.2")waist (regulate it with a string freely) Hip 100cm (39.3")
Amazing meiji boro indigo hemp sashiko Stitch noragi.The lining cloth is indigo dyeing of cotton. It is sashiko- stitch for repair by hand.It can enjoy both sides.It is natural indigo dyed hemp and cotton . size:103cm x 123cm (40.5" x 48.4")
Antique boro Indigo dye cotton Patched noragi kimono.size:132cm x 123cm (51.9" x 48.42)
This is japanese antique Indigo-dye boro Tattered sashiko Patchwork textile of the Edo era(1800-1868). It is change and sashiko hand stitch of very beautiful indigo dyeing. It can enjoy both sides. size:106cm x 60cm (41.7" x 23.6")
This is Antique Mongolia Carpet shibori textile 18th century. It is very rare shibori textile. It has some damage portions and stains. However, it is in a good state. size:206cm x 136cm (81.1" x 53.5")
This is Boro indigo dye cotton Patchwork sashiko tattsuke at the Meiji era. It is natural indigo dyed. The indigo dye cotton and the patchwork that was able to be rubbed by using and being, and washing many times are very beautiful. It is charming with both sides. size:93cm x 100cm (36.6" x 39.4")
This is indigo dye cotton Patchwork sashiko tattsuke boro tattered sashiko Work clothes at the Meiji era(1868-1910). It is natural indigo dyed. The indigo dye cotton and the patchwork that was able to be rubbed by using and being, and washing many times are very beautiful. It is charming with both sides. size:86cm x 98cm (33.8" x 38.5")
This is Boro tattered indigo dye cotton Patchwork sashiko tattsuke at the Meiji era(1868-1910). It is natural indigo dyed. The indigo dye cotton and the patchwork that was able to be rubbed by using and being, and washing many times are very beautiful. It is charming with both sides. size:93cm x 100cm (36.6" x 39.4")
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This is Dramatic Hagoromo Motif kabuki Uchikake kimono in the late Edo period.(1800-1867) It all is expressed with embroidery. It is wonderful beautiful uchikake kimono. It does not have a stain. It has few small small holes in lining cloth. It has the portion from which slight embroidery separated. However, it is not conspicuous. Its design is bold and artistic! It is really an wearable art! I recommend very excellent uchikakekimono to your collection. size:160cm x120cm (63" x 47.2")