Orange Tie Dye Homongi - Formal Women's Kimono Silk Kanoko Deer Fawn Spots Shibori Embroidery Sakura
Here is an orange houmongi that was made using authentic shibori (tie dye) techniques. You can see the unique shape of the white/orange edge, which is due to how the fabric was tied together when died.
There is also golden accenting around most of the patterns, bringing out the beauty in the range of flowers presented, such as cherry blossoms, peonies, Chinese bellflowers, and chrysanthemums.
Sleeves (top to bottom): 51cm
Armpit to Armpit (back): 61cm
Chest (along the back fold): 118cm
B - Significant number of age stains, which are visible in the painted pattern. (Outside)
See images for quality of the inner fabric.
Dry Clean Only!
In stock in Japanzz
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Products in Japan:
Due to shipping difficulties with Japan Post, we are shipping all products through Yamato Transport.
Global delivery estimated within 2-4 weeks.
1-3 Kimonos = $26 ($30 for Europe), 2-5 = $47 ($52), etc. Click here for shipping details. Click here for details on Europe import duties and taxes.
Products in USA:
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USPS First Class: 3-5 Business Days
Priority Mail: 1-3 Business Days
Express: 1 Business Day
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S = Near Mint Condition, No signs of aging, staining, or wear.
A = A very small amount of staining or aging can be seen.
B = Signs of use and a couple small stains or many tiny stains (such as dots from aging).
C = Stains are easy to spot, and may be large in size or contrast with the fabric.
D = A couple holes or large stains may be in the fabric. Significant signs of aging and use may also be seen.
E = Salvage only. Best used for wall decoration, informal events, or upcycling.