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Furisode with Imagery Alluding to the Noh Play Kikujido, Edo era, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Furisode with Imagery Alluding to the Noh Play Kikujido, Edo period late century Institution Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Chrysanthemum and Wisteria Bouquets Period: Edo period Date: second half of the half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic-thread embroidery on resist-dyed and painted silk satin damask (rinzu)

ТРАДИЦИОННЫЕ (НАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ) КОСТЮМЫ – 303 photos | VK

ТРАДИЦИОННЫЕ (НАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ) КОСТЮМЫ – 303 photos | VK

Modern reworking of the wedding kimono with short sleeves and a train. This design is known as mai curren and is inspired by Chinese robes. Mai curren uchikake tend to be very colourful; this one has blossom clusters in rainbow hues.

Modern reworking of the wedding kimono with short sleeves and a train. This design is known as mai curren and is inspired by Chinese robes. Mai curren uchikake tend to be very colourful; this one has blossom clusters in rainbow hues.

Furisode with design of latticework, chrysanthemums, waves (seigaiha), plum and cherry blossomsPaste-resist (Yuzen) and tie-dyeing and embroidery on parti-colored silk crepe (chirimen)

Furisode with Design of Latticework, Chrysanthemums, Waves (Seigaiha), Plum and Cherry Blossoms. Paste-Resist (Yuzen) and Tie-Dyeing and Embroidery on Parti-Colored Silk Crepe (Chirimen).

This is one of the world’s oldest surviving kimonos: 16th century, Japan.  Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Alternating Blocks of Flowers and Plants in Embroidery and Gold Leaf.  Kyoto National Museum, Japan

One Of The World's Oldest Surviving Kimonos -- Century -- Japan. Kosode (Short-Sleeved Kimono) with Alternating Blocks of Flowers and Plants in Embroidery & Gold Leaf -- Kyoto National Museum, Japan

ephemeral-elegance: “ Furisode Kimono, Edo Period, 19th century ”

century (Edo Period) silk kimono (furisode) with a design of plum tree branches in red, pink, green, brown and white silk embroidery on a white silk damask with chrysanthemum and tortoiseshell pattern (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)

Wedding kimono (uchikake) from Edo period, 19th century, Japan

Japanese, Edo period, century x cm x 48 in.) Silk damask (rinzu), resist-dyed, tie resist-dyed (kaneko shibori) and embroidered with silk and couched with gold-wrapped thread

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