A circa 1920's ( Showa Period) Japanese fine silk obi sash. Used for tying Kimonos at the waist, the obi is made from high-quality woven silver brocade silk. Fully lined with silk.
PLACE OF ORIGIN Japan
DATE OF MANUFACTURE circa 1920's
MATERIAL 100% brocade silk outer, 100% silk lining
CONDITION Good vintage condition. The silk outer is in excellent condition with no obvious flaws, the silk lining has some minor age-related yellowing /spots.
MEASUREMENTS: total length: approx 4m, approx width 31cm
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