This is a Furisode with a simple design of pedals on Tango Chirimen (precious silk in Tango, Kyoto), which is dyed as “Tsujigahana” which is famous for shibori technique, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shibori one of the method of tie dyeing with astounding sum of works one by one pattern as you can see.
By using gold lame ( interwoven with threads of metal, see 5th picture at the bottom. purple dyed part), so that it glistens in the light.
Some Tsujigahana is made in China, but this Furisode is made in Kyoto Japan with traditional succession.
It is also ombre dyeing on the bottom and the sleeves. Textile is exquisite silk (Famous for traditional Japanese high quality silk from Tango, Kyoto), but please make it sure it is roughly stitched before sewing to make Friskede, so that you could make your own handcraft with this textile or just for wall hanging as a gaze absently.
This is an unused tacked-together unfinished Furisode. The fabric we call "Tan" that has been tacked together to show a potential buyer how the furisode kimono will look like when finally assembled to fit the buyer. Or I will take your order to your size if possible ( it will cost 20,000JPY by hand made and will take about 1 month).
If you looked into "Tsujigahana Shibori Furisode" on the web site for brand new one then it usually cost over 300,000JPY.
Total length: 66.9” Each sleeve’s length: 44.9” (vertical length) Wrist to wrist : 56.3”
For the crafter, quilter, and fiber artist who loves Japanese Kimono. https://jp.pinterest.com/kimonostage/how-to-feel-traditional-japan/ Thank you for visiting my shop. Doumo Arigatou Gozaimsu. OGIN (providing high quality kinonos from Osaka next station to Kyoto by JR express in 20 minutes)