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Ensemble - Japanese Traditional Ensemble

Description: Complete "Geisha" traditional Japanese women's ensemble, of the Kyoto style. The complete ensemble includes various under garments and accessories not seen in images, as well as primary components: Kimono - Salmon colored polyester outer garment with woven geometric design ground decorated with cherry blossoms, mums, and other flowers. Applique of flowers across back of neck/right shoulders. Hand sewn, this is a "Spring" kimono.; Obi of white, silver, and orange brocade; Sash of pink and white shibori; Obi Jimi braided orange cord belt to tie around obi; Tabi socks; Geta sandals (not in images); Fan, and traditional wig, embellished with artificial flowers.
Date: 1960/1979
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Wedding Kimono

Description: Woman's uchikake kimono of off-white damask silk with background pattern of stylized cranes in diamond frames. The full-length kimono has long sleeves, and is embellished with gold and silver couched embroidery throughout of large leaf forms on upper part of garment, and of geometric shapes on lower part. The kimono has a rolled and padded hem, which reveals the red silk lining.
Date: 1960/1969
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Kimono

Description: Kimono. Traditional silk kimono with mid-length sleeves. Snaps at collar for removable collar. The whole is of white silk dyed with an all-over pattern of shibori in a pale orange/pink, which creates a tiny grid with dark brownish dots at center of each square. Lined in silk, upper part of light brown (resembles tea dyed?), lower part of white, and lower hem of orange/red.
Date: 1960/1989
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Kimono

Description: Kimono of burgundy red silk with printed all-over design of large butterflies in creams, tans, blues, etc. Lined in orange crepe silk. Padded hem. Hand-sewn.
Date: [1900..1970]
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Kimono

Description: Kimono of purple silk printed with designs of flowers, birds and butterflies in purples, blues, tans, reds, etc. Detailing in gold embroidery. With five white "mon" designs similar to a "yin-yang" shape of matched commas. Partly lined in red silk.
Date: [1900..1950]
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design