|Newest Addition to Antique Boy's Kimono|
This is a stunning example of a Pre WW2 Japanese Boy's Kimono. The miyamairi kimono (christening dress) is made of fine lightweight silk. it is decorated by free hand painted design. Two huge hawks sit in a pine tree above with impressive Mountains in the background. The hawks have gold embroidered wing tips and outlining. The pine tree has golden painted accents. The Mountains are gorgeously shaded with real gold painted accents. The total composition captures a feeling of power and great strength. A miyamairi kimono is actually draped around the infant while the kimono’s ties are loosely draped about the mother’s neck. Gold paint and gold embroidery are used extensively in the design. It has five family crests. The kimono is fully lined. Kimono Dimensions: 36” Wide from sleeve tip to sleeve tip X 38” Long from shoulder to hem. The sleeves are 22” long.
US$495 - SOLD