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Kosode with chrysanthemums  early part of the Edo Era (17th century)    菊模様小袖   江戸時代前期  松坂屋京都染織参考館蔵

Kosode with chrysanthemums early part of the Edo Era (17th century) 菊模様小袖 江戸時代前期 松坂屋京都染織参考館蔵

This girl’s furisode, dating to 1915, Japan, was yuzen dyed by the great master  Tabata Kihachi III,  and was probably made to order to celebrate a special event

This girl’s furisode, dating to 1915, Japan, was yuzen dyed by the great master Tabata Kihachi III, and was probably made to order to celebrate a special event

■ガールズ■アンティーク!!クリーム*大菊♪ 刺繍 《昼夜帯》 - アンティーク着物や現代着物なら雅星本店

■ガールズ■アンティーク!!クリーム*大菊♪ 刺繍 《昼夜帯》 - アンティーク着物や現代着物なら雅星本店

Taisho Uchikake.  Taisho period (1912-1926), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery.  This opulent and wonderful Taisho-era uchikake (bridal robe) was obviously made by exceptionally talented artist and craftspeople, as the design and yuzen-dyeing are superb.

Taisho Uchikake. Taisho period (1912-1926), Japan. The Kimono Gallery. This opulent and wonderful Taisho-era uchikake (bridal robe) was obviously made by exceptionally talented artist and craftspeople, as the design and yuzen-dyeing are superb.

Taisho Uchikake - Taisho (1912-1926). A vivid and remarkable silk wedding kimono featuring a masterful depiction of a phoenix and paulownia and peony flowers. The patterning technique is yuzen on a smooth, plain-spun high quality silk.  49" across sleeves x 61" height. . The phoenix and the paulownia are intimately associated in Japanese legend – the phoenix will only alight on the branches of this tree.  The Kimono Gallery

Taisho Uchikake - Taisho (1912-1926). A vivid and remarkable silk wedding kimono featuring a masterful depiction of a phoenix and paulownia and peony flowers. The patterning technique is yuzen on a smooth, plain-spun high quality silk. 49" across sleeves x 61" height. . The phoenix and the paulownia are intimately associated in Japanese legend – the phoenix will only alight on the branches of this tree. The Kimono Gallery

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