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Deep purple / eggplant antique cotton with large chrysanthemums. This was once a kimono. It has been carefully taken apart for washing.

This dates back to the early Showa era, around WW2.

It has wonderful antique character. There are some areas which are discoloured due to age and some minor marks here and there.

The fabric shown in the photos is 34cm wide. This has now sold out. The remaining pieces are half this width.

This listing is for all of the following pieces.


Narrower pieces:
130cm x 17cm
130cm x 17cm
175cm x 17cm
84cm x 17 (kimono collar- discoloured, very tiny hole)

If you would like more, let me know.


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I will ship anywhere, please contact me if your country is not listed.

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My descriptions often refer to periods in Japanese history. Please use this for reference:

Edo Era: 1603 - 1868
Meiji Era: 1868 - 1912
Taisho Era: 1912 - 1926
Showa Era: 1926 - 1989
Heisei Era: 1989 - present

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