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")
this silk fukusa of a flying crane of the embroidery textile of the end of Edo Period(1800-1867). It all has carried out embroidery by hand. Thin glass is contained in the eye of a crane. It has few thin stains in lining cloth. However, there is no damage. It is a very good condition. size:68cm x 68cm (26.7" x 26.7")
This is Edo echigo-jyofu hemp Indigo dye kasuri noragi hanten of the late Tokugawa period in the Edo era(1800-1867).It has one repair trace. However, it is very good condition without a stain and the damage.size:80cm x 108cm (31.4" x 42.5")
This is thick Indigo dye cotton tsutsugaki Child kimono of the Edo era(1800-1867). It is an auspicious design of the parent and child of a tortoise which means a long life. It has a thin stain and slight damage. It is very impressive, and it is beautiful.It is made of hand-spun and hand-woven and natural indigo dyed cotton. size:86cm x 96cm (33.8" x 37.7")
This is tsutsugaki Cover of the horse textile of Akita region of the Meiji era(1868-1912).It is made of hand-spun and hand-woven and natural indigo dyed cotton.It has a thin stain and slight damage. It is very impressive, and it is beautiful. size:250cm x 28.5cm (98.4" x 11.2")
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This is chirimen-silk yuzen-dye and Embroidery yogi kimono in Edo period(1800-1867)Very rare.This yuzen-dye yogi kimono is a museum class.It all is expressed with embroidery and yuzen-dye. It is wonderful beautiful kimono. It does not have a stain. There is a small hole in several places. There is the part which a thread of the embroidery came off. However, it is excellent condition. size:186cm x 156cm(73.6" x 61.4")
This is made in shubori of several kinds of high techniques in the Edo era(1800-1867). All are shibori and katazome in Edo period. The part of the motif of cherry blossoms is rinzu-silk, and shikon-dye. The part at the center of the back is shibori-silk of the safflower dye. Other parts are shibori-silk of the indigo dye. All the dyeing and weaving materials of nature are used. There are a little stain and damage. There is a repair mark. However, the state is overall good...
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...
Japanese Vintage Indigo dye cotton Stripe zanshi boro tattered noragi textile.It has a stain and a trace of the repair.It can enjoy both sides.Thin cotton is contained in that. size:Length (88cm (57.0") sleeve to sleeve 121cm (47.6") Width of the shoulder 61cm (24") waist 116cm (45.6")
This is hemp & Kozo-Paper (Paper Mulberry)noragi Work wear textile of the Meiji era(1868-1912). It has a few stains. However, there is no damage.kozo plant produce very strong, dimensionally stable papers, and are the most commonly used fibers in the making of Japanese paper (washi). size:89cm x 121cm (35.0" x 47.6")
This is Shi-fu(Paper) & cotton boro Tattered noragi Work wear Rare of the Meiji era(1868-1912).Although very rare, some work clothes such as noragi, are woven with a weft made from spun recycled paper thread which was and cotton.The warp is woven with hanada-iro(It is the light blue that luminosity is high in) and a thread of the cotton of the indigo dyeing...
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...
Another amazing japanese boro Tattered Patched sashiko Stitch textile from 1868-1900's. It was the futon which it seamed dozens of pieces together and made. Made out of handspun natural indigo dyed cottons This is it is tattered,torn , patched, repaired and aged beautifully over time.This item has been washed. size:66cm x 60cm (25.9" x 23.6")
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This is Very rare boro patchwork kawabaori textile of the Edo era. The repaired kawabaori is very charming beautifully.The leather used for the repair tanned the skin of deer. The thing which It make dyeing on the leather which I tanned and drew a design on with lacquer is included...
It is donsu benibana-dye silk Patchwork uchishiki textile of the Edo era(1600-1867). It has a stain and damage. The lining is cotton. size:65.5cm x 65.5cm (25.7" x 25.7")
This is rikusyaku kanban Thick indigo dye tsutsugaki hand-spun cotton hanten of the edo era(1600-1867) The motif is a spider. And It describe it in technique of tsutsugaki and am dyed.It is hanten( work clothes) that (palanquin bearer) from the Edo era to the Meiji era wore rikusyaku kanban. It is beautiful thicker indigo dyeing cotton fantastically. It is made of hand-spun and hand-woven and natural indigo dyed cotton. It has a few small holes. However, it does not stand out...
It is cotton nishiki-uchishiki weave textile of the Meiji era((1868-1912). There are a few thin stains. It has a damage in one place. size:138cm x 120cm (54.3" x 47.2")