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1920's plum blossom pattern purple Meisen Haori/MINT

1920's plum blossom pattern purple Meisen Haori/MINT

Regular price €150,00 EUR
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This KIMONO style is called "Nagabaori" which is mean Long Haori.
it's not require special technique to wear like long KIMONO,
Haori is very easy to wear it. Originally worn over kimono, nowadays worn as jackets over everyday wear. It will be fit with any outfits.

What is "Meisen" textile?
It is double ikat woven technique. Mostly made by raw silk. During Taisho period (1910's) till beginning of Showa era (1920~50's) Meisen was very popular.
At that time Meisen was inexpensive casual Kimonos, and introduce of chemical pigments allowed to create vibrant color and unique pattern.
The pattern were inspired by European trends such as Art deco.
Unfortunately there are not many producers anymore. That's why Meisen Kimono became rare and expensive. Nowadays there are also collector for Meisen Kimono. They are just as fantastic hanging on your wall. Wearable art!

Materal: raw silk
lining: silk. beautiful cloud pattern made by Shibori tie dye technique.
Condition: good. MINT condition. (This is never worn item, There is still basting white thread attached. When you wear this item, please cut off the white thread.)
Color: purple

length (collar to hem) 93.5cm
width (shoulder to shoulder) 59cm
sleeve 68cm
sleeve (shoulder to wrist) 32.5cm
※They are designed to be 3/4 length sleeves
Torso size "European size 36"
(Height) about 170cm / 67inches
(Bust) 85cm / 33.4inches
(Waist) 65cm / 25.5inches
(Hip) 90cm / 35.4inches

※ Your purchase will be sent within 2 business days after your payment.
※I ship mainly to EU from Germany, and I'm also open to send worldwide. but not send to Japan.
※I ship by Deutsche Post or DHL with trucking number. I'll tell you trucking number. I am not responsible for items not received due to an incorrect address. Please make sure about your address.
※Sometimes these items may have a slight musty smell due to the way traditional Japanese kimono wear is stored, however if you air the item (but only in the shade) the smell will soon disappear.
※ the kimonos are vintage items and not "as new". I try to point out stains and flaws in the item description.
※please be careful in maintaining it. If your kimono is for wearing and you want to wash it, please consult a trusted dry cleaner and your own good judgement. In the older kimonos, colours are likely to leak when washed. We do not take responsibility for damages occurred when washing. As for kimonos for decoration, be careful to expose the kimono to strong direct sunlight as it fades and becomes even more fragile...

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