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Japan, Kimono-shaped Comforter (Yogi) with Peonies and Stripes, silk damask, silk floss wadding, early 20th century,

Kimono-shaped Comforter (Yogi) with Peonies and Stripes Period: Meiji period Date: early century Culture: Japan Medium: Silk damask, silk floss wadding.

Japanese traditional silk embroidered kimono, 1950's. Japanese ...

Japanese traditional silk embroidered kimono, Japanese Woman Vintage and Antique Kimono Catalogue. The Japonic Online Kimono, Japanese Fine Art and Antiques Store

jean royster | Metropolitan Museum of Art Kimono Myrna Tatar Date: 1978 Culture ...

Kimono Designer: Myrna Tatar Date: 1978 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 51 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Anonymous, 1981 Accession Number:

LEATHER BANTEN, Japan, late Edo period, cm 105x131. There is evidence that reversible leather ‘haori’ coats (banten) have been used by samurai and other distinguished people during the whole Edo period ... | rugrabbit.com

LEATHER BANTEN, Japan, late Edo period, cm There is evidence that reversible leather ‘haori’ coats (banten) have been used by samurai and other distinguished people during the whole Edo period .

kimono de mariée, 20e siècle, broderie damassée, fil de soie, fil d’or, pochoir, soie

kimono de mariée, 20e siècle, broderie damassée, fil de soie, fil d’or, pochoir, soie

kimono japonais

Springtime young girl's kimono- early - great for framing Silk type: Silk crepe Color: Orange background multi-layered Pattern: Peonies, mums, fans Lining: Red silk rinzu

Kimoyes item: 12904 - Luxurious silk furisode kimono.

This quality silk kimono has a faux shibori background with beautiful patterned Japanese screens.

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19th c Dounuki

"Location: Japan Date: Late Edo to early Meiji Description: A silk dounuki that requires some loving care: the lining has been previously removed, some staining, and the neck area requires tailoring.

Woman's Kimono with Abstract Hemp-Leaf Pattern (c.1935) Japan, Early Shōwa period (1926-89) Silk plain weave, stencil-printed warp and weft (heiyō-gasuri meisen) Costume Council Fund

Woman’s Kimono with Abstract Hemp-Leaf Pattern (Japan, early Shōwa period, c. silk plain weave, stencil-printed warp and weft (heiyō-gasuri meisen), Costume Council Fund (Photo: © 2014 Museum Associates/LACMA)

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