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

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

Early Showa period yuzen-dyed kimono. Japan

日本の伝統染織技術を紹介する展覧会「時代と生きる」東京・新宿で開催

Early Showa period yuzen-dyed kimono. Japan

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苑池雅遊模様帷子 / Katabira kimono with pleasure boat ride party at a pond, Edo period, 18th century, Japan

苑池雅遊模様帷子 / Katabira kimono with pleasure boat ride party at a pond, Edo period, 18th century, Japan

Meiji Period, final quarter 19th century, Japan.  Kyoto National Museum.

Meiji Period, final quarter 19th century, Japan. Kyoto National Museum.

19th century (Edo Period) kimono (uchikake) with a design of famous places in Kyoto embroidered in green, blue and white silk and couched with gold metallic thread on a dark blue silk satin ground (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)

19th century (Edo Period) kimono (uchikake) with a design of famous places in Kyoto embroidered in green, blue and white silk and couched with gold metallic thread on a dark blue silk satin ground (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)

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Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Chrysanthemum and Wisteria Bouquets.  Period: Edo period (1615–1868). Date: second half of the 18th–first half of the 19th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Silk and metallic-thread embroidery on resist-dyed and painted silk satin damask (rinzu). Dimensions: Overall: 72 x 49 1/2 in. (182.9 x 125.7 cm).

Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Chrysanthemum and Wisteria Bouquets. Period: Edo period (1615–1868). Date: second half of the 18th–first half of the 19th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Silk and metallic-thread embroidery on resist-dyed and painted silk satin damask (rinzu). Dimensions: Overall: 72 x 49 1/2 in. (182.9 x 125.7 cm).

Furisode, second half 19th century, Japan. “Long-sleeved robe (furisode) with design of pine trees embroidered and couched in black silk on a black silk crepe ground, resist dyed; lined with red crêpe with design of bamboo embroidered in red silk; three white floral crests along the upper back and sleeves; padded hem. Silk plain-weave crepe ground embroidered and couched with silk; resist-dyed”

Furisode, second half 19th century, Japan. “Long-sleeved robe (furisode) with design of pine trees embroidered and couched in black silk on a black silk crepe ground, resist dyed; lined with red crêpe with design of bamboo embroidered in red silk; three white floral crests along the upper back and sleeves; padded hem. Silk plain-weave crepe ground embroidered and couched with silk; resist-dyed”

Dyed-aperture pattern Kosode Kikusui ground white Nume  (with what dyed-iris pattern Kikusui joints without)

Dyed-aperture pattern Kosode Kikusui ground white Nume (with what dyed-iris pattern Kikusui joints without)

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