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Old C410K Vintage Japanese Kimono Black Tomesode Folding Fan Silk | eBay

Old Vintage Japanese Kimono Black Tomesode Folding Fan Silk

KM19 Vintage Japanese Womens Tomesode 5 Crest by Budgetkimono $25

KM19 Vintage Japanese Womens Tomesode 5 Crest by Budgetkimono $25

Tomesode (formal kimono).  Taisho period (1912-1927), Japan. A silk tomesode featuring ‘orizuru’ (paper-crane) motifs worked with yuzen resist dyeing, brush-painting and surihaku gold-foil outlining. The Kimono Gallery

Taisho Orizuru Tomesode, Taisho era A Taisho-era silk tomesode featuring paper-crane motifs worked with yuzen resist dyeing, brush-painting and surihaku gold-foil outlining. The Kimono Gallery

KM55 Vintage Japanese Womens Tomesode 5 Mon Crest by Budgetkimono

Vintage Japanese Womens Tomesode 5 Mon Crest by Budgetkimono

Taisho Tomesode, Taisho era (1912-1926). This large, black, silk tomesode features a bamboo tree and leaves created with the yuzen-dyeing technique. The Kimono Gallery

Taisho Tomesode, Taisho era This large, black, silk tomesode features a bamboo tree and leaves created with the yuzen-dyeing technique. The Kimono Gallery

This is a lovely kimono that I believe dates to the pre-war Showa period (1926-1939), although it is possible that it is post-war. The kimono is known as a trailing Kuro Tomesode or a Hikizuri, a kimo

Vintage Kimono Showa Period Geisha Hikizuri Trailing Kuro Tomesode

This is a lovely kimono that I believe dates to the pre-war Showa period although it is possible that it is post-war. The kimono is known as a trailing Kuro Tomesode or a Hikizuri, a kimo

梅樹扇模様帷子(ばいじゅおうぎもようかたびら)

Katabira with fans and Japanese plum trees, century, Tie dyeing (shibori), printed freckled patternwith emboss treatment (uchidasi-kanoko) and embroidery on indigo plain weave silk (habutae) ground

Yuzen-dyed Kurotomesode

Kimono with waves and cranes. Mid to late Meiji period Yuzen-dyed Kurotomesode

Japan, kimono by Masaaki Ueno,  the 31th Japan Textile Exhibition

Beginning of Fall” A silk kimono named and created by Masaaki Ueno. Winner of the Kyoto Mayor’s Prize at the Annual Meeting of the Japanese textile artist Exhibition award.

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