man's silk kimono with hand painted Ukiyo-e with
three beauties motif (OK-255
), Antique, 1950's
Japanese man's traditional man's pure silk kimono with silk
lining and with hand painted three geisha beauties dressed
in wonderfully rendered kimono and obi belt on the garment's
back upper part . One geisha paints a calligraphy while
the other two watching and one of them smoking traditional
Japanese long tobacco pipe kiseru. The painting
made in traditional Japanese ukiyo-e style.
The kimono has a removable collar colored in dark blue
the kimono is fully lined with white silk. Signed by artist. About 1950's.
Very good condition according to age with no damage.
Price: US$ 295.00 ( obi belt is not incl.)
Express mail (EMS) delivery fee from Japan to USA, Canada,
Australia - US$ 32.00 to UK and Europe - US$ 34.00
- material: natural silk
- color: light blue to blue gradation
sleeve-end to sleeve-end: 124 cm /48,8"
length: 134 cm / 52,7"
back wide: 63 cm / 24,8"
full around: 132 cm / 51,9"
- condition: very good condition according to age
with no damage.
* Here you can choose traditional Japanese obi sash belt
for kimono, yukata and hakama here