Japanese Meiji Period Ceremonial Uchikake Hand Embroidered Silk
|Lining Materials:||Silk, Natural Fiber|
|Period:||Antique, Late 19th/ Early 20th Century|
|Pattern:||Tsuru (Crane), Taki (Waterfall), Botan (Peony), Makimono (Scroll), Seigaiha (Cresent Waves), Ume (Plum Blossom), Kaede (Japanese Maple), Kiku (Chrysanthemum)|
|Additional Information:||Meiji period (1868-1912); intricate hand embroidery depicts multicolor symbols such as blossoms, cranes, scrolls; geometric designs; trees, florals, foliates, Japanese maple, pine trees, plum blossoms, rocks, scroll, ink brush, pots on table; padded hemline.|
- Secondhand clothing, handbags and accessories may contain minor imperfections throughout. Any measurements provided are of the actual garment laid flat.
- significant shredding/ fraying along front and over shoulders of robe; significant shredding/fraying along back collar and down sides and bottom of robe; pulls and loose threads in embroidery; holes in bottom of lining; loose threads, stains and holes in lining.
- 52" span, 50" bust, 41" sleeve, 65" center back length.