Antique embroidered gold Japanese kimono robe from the early 20th century made from pure silk.
The kimono is embroidered with the crane bird, which represents good fortune and longevity. The crane is also associated with Japanese New Year and wedding ceremonies due to cranes being monogamous. This kimono is therefore very grand and ceremonial.
The fabric is off-white ivory colour pure silk fabric with heavy embroidery all over.
Embroidery features cranes and seigaiha (waves) pattern; seigaiha pattern symbolise power and surges of good fortune.
Embrodery gives the garment a 3D effect, and the silk and golden threads give a beautiful shine. Heavy embroidery makes is almost 4.5kg in weight.
Woven in smooth silk, also lined with silk.
The embroidery is very fine, ornate and of very high quality.
The inside of the Kimono has a bright red silk lining to make a nice contrast with the gold outside.
Length: 183 cm / 72 inch (approximate)
Entire Width (Sleeve to Sleeve): 135 cm / 53 inch (approximate)
Body Width (Shoulder to Shoulder): 68.5 cm / 27 inch (approximate)
Sodetake (Length of Sleeve): 104cm / 41 inch (approximate)
The condition is very good, particularly for its age. At the bottom of the kimono there is a dirt mark/stain and on the bottom of the right sleeve there is a very faint mark that is hardly visible, please refer to the last 3 photos to see for yourself.
The kimono is big and heavy.
Please view the photos for further details!
Shipped tracked and insured.
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- Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts
- Herkunftsregion/ Herkunftsland
- Thema/ Darstellung
- Kran, Vogel
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Antique Gold Silk Very Big Kimono Embroidered with Traditional Crane Birds
- Guter Zustand, siehe Beschreibung
- 183×135×1 cm