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* New Year’s postcard - Young girl in geometric patterned kimono - Signed Tomo トモ - Japan - 1920s

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livingnowisliving: “ Jin Young Choi saved to illustration New Year’s postcard - Young girl in geometric patterned kimono - Signed Tomo トモ - Japan - ”

The Mods by Lee

Big eye kitsch art print by Lee These were very popular! My mother must have been super "hip" because we had these pictures in our bedroom!

Wedding kimono (uchikake) from Edo period, 19th century, Japan

Japanese, Edo period, century x cm x 48 in.) Silk damask (rinzu), resist-dyed, tie resist-dyed (kaneko shibori) and embroidered with silk and couched with gold-wrapped thread

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Orig Japanese Matchbox Label Design Sample Album c1920s-1930s

Kimono pattern with flowers, 1880s. Reminds me of old stencils.

Illustration of Flower Blossoms on a Lavender and Green Background From a Japanese pattern book for kimono design

Kimono.  Taisho period (1911-1927), Japan. A fine rinzu (damask) chirimen (crepe) silk kimono featuring bamboo leaves stenciled onto a lattice pattern background. Bachi-eri (folded collar). The Kimono Gallery

A fine rinzu (figured silk) chirimen (crepe) silk kimono featuring bamboo leaves stenciled onto a lattice pattern background. The Kimono Gallery.

Yuzen-dyed Furisode. Created about the year 2000, Japan.  The Kimono Gallery, A large rinzu silk furisode featuring yuzen-dyed (resist-painted) ‘oshidori’ (mandarin duck) on a stream, and classical designs such as fans, 'ume’(plum blossoms) and 'botan’(peony). Gold glaze and embroidery highlights. The rinzu (damask) silk base has woven peony motifs. This kimono was designed by the famous Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto under his workshop Kansai Super Studio. Kansai Yamamoto was at the…

The Kimono Gallery, A large rinzu silk furisode featuring yuzen-dyed (resist-painted) ‘oshidori’ (mandarin duck) on a stream, and classical designs such as fans, 'ume’(plum blossoms) and 'botan’(peony).

Boy’s Anointment Kimono. Meiji period (1868-1911), Japan. The Kimono Gallery.

thekimonogallery: “ Boy’s Anointment Kimono. The Kimono Gallery. An unusual fine plain silk antique miyamairi kimono featuring yuzen-dyed dragon and guardian dog.

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