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OK-160 Japanese lady's silk formal hand-painted kimono with family komon , Antique, 1930's

Japanese woman's  traditional black silk formal kimono tomesode finely hand-painted inside and out with flowers arrangement motif and partly embroidered with golden treads.  Two wicker baskets full of cherry flowers, chrysanthemums, daisies and peonies and adorned with with silk ropes are hand painted artistically on this kimono as Japanese good wishes symbols, The Kimono has five noble family komon (crest) in a shape of a pawlonia flower - three komon on back and two in the kimono front  The Kimono is fully lined with silk.
Very good condition overall according to age with small yellowish stains on white silk lining's upper part (see photo).

Price: US$ 325.00 (obi belt is not incl.)
  • material: heavy silk
  • color: black
  • dimension:
    sleeve-end to sleeve-end: 120 cm / 47,2"
    length: 148 cm / 58,2"
    full around: 128 cm/ 50,3"
    sleeve length: 51 cm / 20,0"
  • condition: very good, with small yellowish (according to age) stains on white silk lining
Express mail (EMS) delivery fee from Japan to USA, Canada, Australia - US$ 48.00 to UK and Europe - US$ 52.00
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