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Summer Kimono with Sagi and Reeds, Meiji period (1868–1912) - late 19th century

Summer Kimono with Sagi and Reeds Period: Meiji period Date: late century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed, painted, and embroidered silk gauze (ro) Reeds (ashi), which grow along.

Yuzen Uchikake - Mid to late Meiji (1880-1911). A very fine silk antique uchikake featuring yuzen-dyed cranes in flight. Embroidery highlights. Five mon (family crests).  49" from sleeve-end to sleeve-end x 62" height. The crane is one of the three major mystical animals, together with the dragon and the tortoise. Its chief symbolic meaning is long life.  The Kimono Gallery

Yuzen Uchikake - Mid to late Meiji Silk uchikake featuring yuzen-dyed cranes in flight. Five mon (family crests). The crane's symbolic meaning is long life. The Kimono Gallery

Kurotomesode.  Early Showa period (1927-1940). A chirimen silk kurotomesode featuring flocks of yuzen-dyed flying cranes.

Yuzen-dyed Kurotomesode, Early Showa A chirimen silk kurotomesode featuring flocks of yuzen-dyed flying cranes. The Kimono Gallery

Black, silk kuro tomesode kimono / 渋い色柄が落ち着きある年代の方向きの黒留袖 http://www.rakuten.co.jp/aiyama #Kimono #Japan #aiyamamotoya

Black, silk kuro tomesode kimono / 渋い色柄が落ち着きある年代の方向きの黒留袖 http://www.rakuten.co.jp/aiyama #Kimono #Japan #aiyamamotoya

Omeshi Kimono with Falling Waterfalls in Embroidery on Brown Figured-Satin Ground. 18th century, Japan.  Kyoto National Museum

Omeshi Kimono with Falling Waterfalls in Embroidery on Brown Figured-Satin Ground.

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