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Silk crepe Japanese Kimono, 1910-30. The striking pattern of this kimono reveals the dynamism of Japanese textile design in the early 20th century

Silk crepe Japanese Kimono, 1910-30. The striking pattern of this kimono reveals the dynamism of Japanese textile design in the early 20th century

Kosode with snow roundels and chrysanthemums..... Edo Period [1603 ~ 1868] via mahala knight

Kosode with snow roundels and chrysanthemums..... Edo Period [1603 ~ 1868] via mahala knight

Japanese Ainu Robe, Woven Elm Bark. Japanese traditional tribal robe worn by the Ainu people of Northern Japan, woven out of fine strips of elm bark with wide strips of dark indigo cotton cloth and chain stitch embroidery, minor wear, circa 1920's. Length: 50 inches.

Japanese Ainu Robe, Woven Elm Bark. Japanese traditional tribal robe worn by the Ainu people of Northern Japan, woven out of fine strips of elm bark with wide strips of dark indigo cotton cloth and chain stitch embroidery, minor wear, circa 1920's. Length: 50 inches.

Furisode with Tachibana Orange Trees and Bamboos, 18th century, Tie-dyeing (shibori), printed freckled pattern and embroidery on white silk satin.

Furisode with Tachibana Orange Trees and Bamboos, 18th century, Tie-dyeing (shibori), printed freckled pattern and embroidery on white silk satin.

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. 18th century, Japan. Kyoto National Museum

Kosode with design of chrysanthemums in kanoko shibori dyeing and embroidery on white plain-weave silk, Early Edo Period, Japan 着物

Kosode with design of chrysanthemums in kanoko shibori dyeing and embroidery on white plain-weave silk, Early Edo Period, Japan 着物

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