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At the Met, Honoring Kimonos and a Scholar of the Same

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‘Yogi’ (padded bedcover in shape of a kimono), featuring motifs of tea ceremony and auspicious treasures.  Meiji period (1868-1911), Japan. Cotton plain weave with paste-resist dyeing (tsutsugaki). LACMA

‘Yogi’ (padded bedcover in shape of a kimono), featuring motifs of tea ceremony and auspicious treasures. Meiji period (1868-1911), Japan. Cotton plain weave with paste-resist dyeing (tsutsugaki). LACMA

per prior pinner:  Kimono of Edo period (19th century), Japan  per me:  love

per prior pinner: Kimono of Edo period (19th century), Japan per me: love

designer creates and applies motifs onto hand-woven cotton canvas. A craftsman then retraces the fine contours of the image with paste appli... & in this case, the quilter

designer creates and applies motifs onto hand-woven cotton canvas. A craftsman then retraces the fine contours of the image with paste appli... & in this case, the quilter

Hanten and Happi: Traditional Japanese Work Coats: Bold Designs and Co | Over the Blue Horizon

Hanten and Happi: Traditional Japanese Work Coats: Bold Designs and Colorful Images

Hanten and Happi: Traditional Japanese Work Coats: Bold Designs and Co | Over the Blue Horizon

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tsutsugaki_musee_guimet_2013_paris__dessus-de-lit_Kobayashi

antique tsutsugaki hanten w/ conch horn pattern

antique tsutsugaki hanten w/ conch horn pattern

Veste de pêcheur (maiwai), motif du Festin de trois des sept divinités du Bonheur (Shichifukujin) - Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Veste de pêcheur (maiwai), motif du Festin de trois des sept divinités du Bonheur (Shichifukujin) - Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

A vivid and remarkable silk wedding kimono features a masterful depiction of a phoenix, paulownia and peony flowers. The phoenix is the female counterpart of the male dragon and its varied colored feathers represent the traditional virtues of truthfulness, propriety, righteousness, benevolence and sincerity. The peony, known as the flower of riches and honor, is an emblem of wealth and distinction. It symbolizes prosperity, happiness, peace and is an emblem of love and affection.

A vivid and remarkable silk wedding kimono features a masterful depiction of a phoenix, paulownia and peony flowers. The phoenix is the female counterpart of the male dragon and its varied colored feathers represent the traditional virtues of truthfulness, propriety, righteousness, benevolence and sincerity. The peony, known as the flower of riches and honor, is an emblem of wealth and distinction. It symbolizes prosperity, happiness, peace and is an emblem of love and affection.

UCHIKAKE Japanese, Edo period, mid-19th century DIMENSIONS: 185.1 x 124.1 cm (72 7/8 x 48 7/8 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE: Silk satin embroidered with silk and gold-metallic thread

UCHIKAKE Japanese, Edo period, mid-19th century DIMENSIONS: 185.1 x 124.1 cm (72 7/8 x 48 7/8 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE: Silk satin embroidered with silk and gold-metallic thread