Vintage Japanese Kimono - 2

             From the collection of Marla Mallett
More assorted kimono--furisode, uchikake, shiromuku and tomesode.   Read about these unique garments in Kimono Questions. Or read about Kimono Decoration Techniques.

To see large photos of each kimono, click on the inventory numbers. 

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Japanese Haori  and  Japanese Obi are posted on separate pages.  Special items have been gathered and are shown on a Collector's Page. 


Japanese Uchikake
1950s.
Rinzu silk wedding kimono with
gold, silver and silk embroidery
K-9524


Japanese Kimono
Early 1950s.
Silk crepe with floral design.
Unlined.
K-8809


Japanese Kimono
1970s or 1980s.
Silk with yuzen dyeing.
K-9174


Japanese Kimono
Early 1950s.
Chirimen
silk crepe, with stencil-style
floral motif.
K-8627


Japanese Tomesode
1950s.
Chirimen silk crepe formal kimono with
yuzen dyeing and gold surihaku.

K-7780



Japanese Kimono
1950s.
Silk crepe with lattice design.
K-8830


Japanese Kimono
Early 1950s.
Silk faille, with yuzen-style floral motif. 
K-9210


Japanese Kasuri Kimono
1940s.
Silk kimono with warp ikat
patterning.
K-4563


Japanese Tomesode

1950s
Chirimen silk crepe with yuzen dyeing,
gold couching, gold and silver surihaku.
K-9355


Japanese Tomesode

Meiji period, 1890-1900.
Sheer ro silk kimono with yuzen dyeing.
K-5993


Japanese Kimono
1980s.
Silk, with sumi-e hand painted
floral decoration.
K-9195


Japanese Shibori Kimono
Early 1950s.
Rinzu silk, with bamboo tie-dye
motif.
K-9211


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Atlanta GA  30306   USA

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