This Kimono features one of the variations of Katabami kamon, which roots back to the ancient warrior class.
Katabami means a wooden sorrel, because the traditional use of its leaves to polish bronze mirror and the strong reproductive quality of its fruits, it is highly favoured by warriors as an auspicious token.
The workmanship and quality of this kimono is quite rare to find in nowadays' market.
Textured silk with tatewaku pattern, which is a design traditionally worn by nobility.
Its shape of vertical wave lines represents mists forming over water, hence widely interpreting as 'rising above' .
A pair of peacock, as symbols of faith, together with peony, camilla, chrysanthemum and cherry blossom to show appreciation to four seasons' landscape,
indicate the pattern of this kimono is for blessing of forever lasting love.
Handcrafted in Japan
in excellent condition, except slight discolourations along Kamon parts and a couple of small light stains.
Dry Clean only
BELT NOT INCLUDED
Approximate measurements for reference:
Sleeve Length: 32cm
Sleeve Width: 69cm
Underarm to Underarm (top bust half circle): 58cm
All vintage and pre-loved unicorn items have their stories. There may be some signs of wear, to state their uniqueness. Please keep this in mind when making your purchase.
Please note due to individual device, light and other factors, colour may appear to be slightly varied.