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"Garden Crepe" Woman's Kimono
"Garden Crepe" Woman's Kimono

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The Banker's Collection
Our Price: $79.00
Sale Price: $59.00
Material: Silk
Length: 58"
Width: 46" Wrist to Wrist
Body: 50" Waist/Hips
Condition: Very Good Vintage

Quantity in Stock:1
Shipping: Orders received before 11am EST ship same day via USPS. Otherwise, next business day.
Product Code: 0416WKAY94

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"Garden Crepe" Woman's Kimono

Delicate floral design - quite typical and traditional - in deep reds, blues, greens and black - applied with katagami stencils, no doubt. Bamboo, mums, momiji a flowing stream and a garden gate are just some of the design elements. The cream background has a slightly crepe texture.

Unfortunately there are a few blemishes here and there, but would make a lovely robe or display.

The Banker's Collection: The Banker was a successful American executive who worked internationally – in Europe, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia – appreciating the local cultures but drawn to traditional textiles. One day, while working in Indonesia, he was surprised to find an unusual Japanese kimono displayed in a showroom of a local textile producer – it incorporated design elements drawn from Indonesia’s batik traditions but was made for the Japanese market. It was in that shop, discussing the kimono with the shop owner, that he became – in his heart – a collector of kimono. On his next trip to Japan, he visited museums, shopped at local markets, and sought out source books on kimono. And when his career took him to Japan for work, kimono was the vehicle he used as his entry into studying Japanese culture. The Banker – who later became a teacher in Japan – purchased his collection over many years of work and travel, as his appreciation for Japanese textiles deepened along with his admiration of Japanese culture. He is happy to work with Kyoto Kimono to offer his collection to a clientele who can appreciate the value of each piece as much as he does.

Video about katagami stencils

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