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Kosode with design of scouring rushes and the "flowery rabbits" motif Paste-resist dyeing (Yuzen) on brown figured silk satin (shusu), The last quarter of the eighteenth century (Mid-Edo period). This kosode has scouring rush and "flowery rabbit" patterns dyed in the Yuzen style, on a figured satin with woven designs of bamboo fencing and chrysanthemums. Although we do not see any rabbits, the birdcage-like object placed between the rushes symbolizes a rabbit.

Kosode with design of scouring rushes and the “flowery rabbits” motif Paste-resist dyeing (Yuzen) on brown figured silk satin (shusu). The last quarter of the eighteenth century (Mid-Edo period) Heirloom of Chigusaya

Noh costume, nuihaku is decorated with embroidery and metallic leaf and is usually worn for the role of a woman. Edo period (1615–1868), second half of 18th century. |  Silk embroidery and metallic leaf on silk satin

Noh costume (nuihaku) with books and nandina branches, Edo period second half of century Japan Silk embroidery and metallic leaf on silk satin

Огромная подборка от Галочки – 140 поражающих воображение КИМОНО! Раритетные и современные, вышивка и роспись, аппликация и прозрачные кимоно-пеньюары – это настоящие произведения искусства.

design of irises by a stream. or (mid-Edo period). Kosode are the precursors of modern kimono.

Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Maple Tree and River (first half of the 20th century) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

Kimono Outer Robe (Uchikake) with Maple Tree and River Period: Shōwa period Date: first half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed silk satin damask embroidered with silk and metallic thread Accession Number:

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

Katabira with pleasure boat ride party at a pond, century, Paste-resist dyeing and embroidery on white plain weave ramie.

Kabuki Costume – Quarreling Crows. This is a late Edo period (1860s) Kabuki costume made of Chirimen (silk crepe) and depicting Crows fighting amongst themselves in mid flight, using the Rozome (wax resist dyeing) technique. Crows are also messengers of the Shinto gods and as such are thought to have supernatural powers.

Late Edo period Kabuki costume made of Chirimen (silk crepe) depicting Crows fighting amongst themselves in mid flight, using the Rozome (wax resist dyeing) technique.

Cherry Blossom Kinomo

Beautiful Japanese kimono - maybe I can incorporate this into my butter knife design

Ceremonial Robe. Painted & Resist Dyed Raw Silk. Edo Period, Circa 1615-1868. 67-1/2" x 54" (171.45cm x 137.16cm).

Ceremonial Robe Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Raw silk / Painted resist Dimensions: 67 x 54 in.

Unlined Kosode (Hitoe) with Grasses and Dewdrops (second half of the 18th–19th century) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. Edo Period (1615-1868); medium: resist-dyed plain-weave silk gauze (ro) embroidered with silk and metallic thread.

Unlined Kosode (Hitoe) with Grasses and Dewdrops - Period: Edo period Date: second half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed plain-weave silk gauze (ro) embroidered with silk and metallic thread

Noh Robe. Edo period (1615–1868) 18th century. Japan. Brocaded silk

Noh Robe Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Brocaded silk

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