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Hitoe, Late Meiji/early Taishô period, c. 1900/16    Silk, plain weave self-patterned by rows of gauze crossings (yoko-ro); resist-dyed (shibori) and stenciled (kata yûzen-zome)  141.9 x 126.4 cm (55 7/8 x 49 3/4 in.). The Art Institute of Chicago

Hitoe, Late Meiji/early Taishô period, c. Silk, plain weave self-patterned by rows of gauze crossings (yoko-ro); resist-dyed (shibori) and stenciled (kata yûzen-zome) x cm x 49 in. The Art Institute of Chicago

Taisho Ro Kimono, Taisho era (1912-1926). The Kimono Gallery

Taisho Ro Kimono, Taisho era A silk Ro kimono featuring large silk-screened red lilies on a white background. The Kimono Gallery

Noh robe (Nuihaku) with Design of Butterflies and Miscanthus Grass in Mist.  Period: Edo period (1615–1868). Date: 17th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Robe: gold and silver leaf on silk satin damask; butterflies: silk embroidery on plain-weave silk. Dimensions: Overall: 66 1/4 x 53 5/8 in. (168.3 x 136.2 cm).

Noh robe (Nuihaku) with Design of Butterflies and Miscanthus Grass in Mist

Wedding kimono (uchikake)Edo period, 19th centuryJapan

Japanese, Edo period, century x cm x 48 in.) Silk damask (rinzu), resist-dyed, tie resist-dyed (kaneko shibori) and embroidered with silk and couched with gold-wrapped thread

Antique shibori and kasuri kimono.

Japanese old antique silk shibori kasuri dounuki kimono 1900

UCHIKAKE Japanese, Edo period, first half of 19th century DIMENSIONS: 165.1 x 121.9 cm (65 x 48 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE:  Satin damask (rinzu), tie resist-dyed (kaneko shibori), embroidered with silk and gold metallic thread

century (Edo Period) wedding kimono (uchikake) with a design of bamboo, pine and decorated fan leaves in white, green, red, black and gold on a red damask ground with interlocking (manji tsunagi) pattern.

Shibori Kimono.  Taisho period (1912-1926), Japan.  The Kimono Gallery.  A silk shibori kimono featuring large ‘yabane’ (arrow-feather) motifs of shibori with silk and metallic thread embroidery highlights.

The Kimono Gallery. A silk shibori kimono featuring large ‘yabane’ (arrow-feather) motifs of shibori with silk and metallic thread embroidery highlights.

Vintage Kimono Silk Fabric Shades of Orange Woven by SilkHouse

Vintage Kimono Silk Fabric Shades of Orange Woven Design

Vintage Kimono Silk Fabric Shades of Orange Woven by SilkHouse

Silk & Wool japanese kimono fabric tsumugi weave door GreatTextiles, $12.90

Silk & Wool japanese kimono fabric tsumugi weave stripe blue yellow white 1m (2m available)

Silk & Wool japanese kimono fabric tsumugi weave stripe blue yellow white available)

Plates of Sushi! Makiko Shigeta, Contemporary Kimono Artist @ Steve Beimel's blog

Both a university-trained artist and a traditional wax resist silk dyer, Makiko Shigeta is helping to redefine kimono aesthetics for the century.

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