Unlined girl's silk kimono made from ro crêpe. It looks as though it had been an adult's juban remodelled for a young child because:
1) the kimono is in the style of an undergarment (without the collar and overlap of a kimono)
2) deep pleats have been taken in on the shoulders, and there is a four inch hem
3) the scale of the design in relation to the size of the garment suggests it was for an adult rather than a child.
The printed design combines vivid blue carnations with thick stems of bamboo on natural colour of silk.
- Made in: Japan
- Length: 71.75 centimetres
- Width: 78.75 centimetres
According to the register, faint stains.
- 87JP074 (Aranow no.)
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Object reference number: JCR17906
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