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MEIJI PERIOD BLUE AND SILVER BROCADE KIMONO
MEIJI PERIOD BLUE AND SILVER BROCADE KIMONO
Inventory #: TX-K2
Meiji Period blue and silver brocade UCHIKAKE. Brocade design is of flying cranes and stylized pine leaves. 48" width, 23" width body, 22" long sleeves and 64" long.
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BLACK WEDDING KIMONO
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BLACK WEDDING KIMONO
Inventory #: TX-UNK-6
Japanese Meiji Period black wedding KIMONO. The black silk satin KIMONO has the design of KOI, cherry blossoms and wave beautifully hand-embroidered all around the bottom section. Much of the embroidery is couched gold thread. The wisteria family crest is also done in fine gold couched threads...
JAPANESE LATE 19TH CENTURY SLEEVE FROM STAGE COSTUME
JAPANESE LATE 19TH CENTURY SLEEVE FROM STAGE COSTUME
Inventory #: UNK-81
Japanese late 19th century sleeve from a stage costume. The sleeve has design hand embroidered on front and back. The front has a large pearl with 3 dragon claws showing around the edge. There are also plum blossoms, bamboo leaves and stylized clouds. The reverse has the 3 friends, bamboo, pl..
JAPANESE LATE 19TH CENTURY TO EARLY 20TH CENTURY COTTON JACKET
JAPANESE LATE 19TH CENTURY TO EARLY 20TH CENTURY COTTON JACKET
Inventory #: TX-K10
Japanese late 19th or early 20th century cotton jacket. The wonderful jacket is done in a thick hand-woven and hand-dyed cotton fabric trimmed in a thinner cotton fabric. The sleeves are also done in a thinner cotton fabric. The jacket measures 48" from sleeve end to sleeve end, 25" from underarm..
JAPANESE LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY HAMAGI WINTER BEACH COAT
JAPANESE LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY HAMAGI WINTER BEACH COAT
Inventory #: TX-K16/RA-13
Japanese late 19th or early 20th century cotton HAMAGI, winter beach coat. The wonderful coat is done in a thick hand woven cotton fabric. The coat measures 47" from sleeve end to sleeve end, 25 1/2" from underarm to underarm. The sleeves measure 19" long and the coat measures 52" long. (noisu)
JAPANESE CIRCA 1900 COTTON HAMAGI BEACH JACKET
JAPANESE CIRCA 1900 COTTON HAMAGI BEACH JACKET
Inventory #: TX-
Japanese early 20th century cotton HAMAGI, or beach jacket. The wonderful jacket is done in hand-dyed and hand-woven cotton fabrics made from blue and white threads. The heavier woven fabric is trimmed in a thinner cotton fabric and the sleeve and side inserts are also done in a thinner cotton f..
MEIJI PERIOD DARK PURPLE BROCADE WEDDING KIMONO
MEIJI PERIOD DARK PURPLE BROCADE WEDDING KIMONO
Inventory #: TX-K4
Meiji Period dark purple brocade wedding KIMONO. Brocade is design of butterflies. 47" width from sleeve to sleeve, 24" body width, sleeves 24" length and KIMONO length of 59" length.
MEIJI-TAISHO MEN'S UKIYOE PRINT DESIGN NAGAJUBAN
MEIJI-TAISHO MEN'S UKIYOE PRINT DESIGN NAGAJUBAN
Inventory #: TX-K13
Japanese Meiji-Taisho period men's summer NAGAJUBAN, undergarment. Done in a beautiful UKIYOE print design with calligraphy below in a pale grayish blue. The NAGAJUBAN measures 46" across and 50" long. The body portion measures 24" across with the sleeves being 24" long.
MEIJI PERIOD HAND EMBROIDERED SPINEY LOBSTER FUKUSA
MEIJI PERIOD HAND EMBROIDERED SPINEY LOBSTER FUKUSA
Inventory #: TX-F6
Japanese Meiji Period hand embroidered FUKUSA. Spiney lobster is emroidered with gold and silver covered threads on a navy background. Branches of the 3 friends, PINE, BAMBOO and PLUM BLOSSOMS are also embroidered on the piece. Navy fabric is framed and backed with red CHIRIMEN silk. 22" wid..
MEIJI PERIOD YUZEN DYED FUKUSA
MEIJI PERIOD YUZEN DYED FUKUSA
Inventory #: TX-F3
Japanese Meiji Period FUKUSA. Dyed in the YUZEN, paste resist style of dyeing in the design of flowers. 14 1/2" by 17".
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