- More photos HERE
- An antique iro tomesode kimono. Iro tomesode means a tomesode of a colour other than black. This kimono has a fabulous, big peacock, with embroidered head and body. It has 5 mon (crests), the mon are fuji (wisteria).
- Entirely hand tailored, like all high quality kimonos and haori
- May have white shitsuke (basting stitches) around some edges, on the outside of the garment. These are simply
- Made and bought in Japan
- A tomesode kimono. Tomesode are formal kimonos, with mon (crests) and a pattern around the bottom
- Itsutsu mon. Garments with mon (crests) are divided into three types: itsutsu-mon (5 mon), mitsu-mon (3 mon) and hitotsu-mon (1 mon). The more mon it has, the more formal the occasion it may be worn at. If a person is rich enough, they can have all three types and be ideally dressed for every formal occasion.
- An awashe, (lined) kimono
Extremely good condition, there is a minor mark on the back - see photos
Sleeve end to sleeve end 128cm