Collectors' Kimono - 2

         From the collection of Marla Mallett
Here are a few more special pieces that should be of interest to collectors of Japanese Kimono, Obi and other Japanese textile art--selected for their historic interest, rarity, age, quality, or special artistry.

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Japanese Shibori Furisode
Early Taisho period, 1912-1920
Young woman's kimono with tie-dye, 
yuzen
dyeing, gold and silver surihaku,  
and silk embroidery.
K-4309


Japanese Kimono
Meiji period, circa 1880.
Silk, with sumi-e painting of island 
scene.
K-5989


Japanese Irosode

Late Meiji period, circa 1910
Rinzu silk kimono with yuzen dyeing.
K-7096


Japanese Kasuri Kimono
1940s.
Sheer Sha silk with double ikat
design and metallic brocading.
K-4118


Japanese Uchikake

Early Meiji period, 1870s.
Silk with sumi-e painting

K-7626


Japanese Tomesode

Meiji period, 1890-1900.
Woman's formal kimono in chirimen  
silk with yuzen dyed motif.
K-7018


MARLA MALLETT
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Atlanta GA  30306   USA

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