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 a noragi hanten made of hand-spun thick cotton. It is natural indigo dyed . It is both sides and wonderful indigo dye cotton. The change and the touch of the indigo dye that passes the long tract of years are very wonderful. It is possible to enjoy it with both sides. There is a little bristletail. There is no damage. size:83cm x 100cm (32.5" x 39.4")
This is han-jyuban in Edo period(1800-1867). Silk tsumugi itajime of the safflower dye is an arabesque motif in the lion. The shoulder surrounding is scenery of the travel (Tokaido) in Edo period. The katazome is very exact and beautiful. The material of katazome is wool. There are a little color variation and a small hole. The state is very good. It is very rare han-jyuban. The cloth of the silk that is attached on the collar has the stain. (It is possible to remove...
This is Japanese Indigo dye shonai-sashiko cotton noragi hanten meiji(1868-1912). There is sashiko stitch in all aspects. All sashiko was stitched by the hand. The indigo dye cotton that was able to be rubbed is very beautiful noragi. The back stitched sashiko to yatara stripes. There is little damage. I recommend it for your collection. size:90cm x 98cm (35.4" x 38.6")
This is Japanese Indigo dye jishiro katazome & kasuri cotton noragi. There is neither stain nor damage. It is very beautiful noragi. The part of katazome is Edo period bakumatu. (1800-1867)I recommend it for your collection. size:118cm 113cm (46.5" x 44.5")
This is a valuable child kimono at the end of Edo period(1800-1867). It is yuzen silk kimono. It is a very exotic design of the elephant, the tiger, the sparrow, and Basho. It draws by the hand and it dyes it. There is a thin stain. There is little damage sideward. However, the state is very good. It is very beautiful child tuzen kimono. I recommend it for your collection. size:105cm x 106cm (41.3" x 41.7")
This is Japanese Edo period silk uchishiki-maku textile Rare. It is uchishuki made in tenpo11(1840). The origin is from it to kimono before. It is very valuable. There are a part that was able to be rubbed and a part from which the string comes off. There is , It is thin Stain. The lining is hemp in Edo period. size:66cm x 396cm (26" x 155.90")
Japanese hemp noren with Indian ink¡ It is very impressive. From Edo to noren at the Meiji era.(1800-1900)It is a motif of the name. There is a little stain. There is damage. However, the state is good. There is a part where the stick is passed up. I recommend it for your collection. size:235cm x 105cm (92.5" x 41.3")
This is shibori & katazome hanjyuban textilejyuban kimono in Edo period(1800-1868). 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...
This is child's jyuban kimono from Edo period to the Meiji era. The part of a purple sleeve is katazome-silk at the Meiji era. A blue part is tsutsugaki in Edo period and shibori of the safflower. The collar and the lining are shibori-silk at the Meiji era. The part of the motif of the peony is Moss who puts after the Meiji era and substituted it. There is a repair mark. There are a little stain and damage. However, the state is overall good. I recommend it for your collection...
This is Japanese antique Indigo dye Thick cotton katazome Edo Period(1800-1868) rare. It is very impressive and bamboo motif tiger. It has a small stain. May damage the top. Chintz lining is the Edo period. Katazome is very charming. Size:65cm x 52cm (25.6"x 20.5")
This is Japanese antique boro indigo dye Patchwork futon cover at the Meiji era. The patchwork and the sashiko stitch are a very charming, beautiful works of art. Please enjoy both sides. I recommend it for your collection. size:180cm x 90cm (70.9" x 35.4")