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antique obidome w/ raden work

Antique Large "Obi-Dome" w/Botan, Sensu, Raden Works Y80

Antique Large "Obi-Dome" with "Botan (Peonies)", "Sensu (Folding Fans)" motif, some "Raden (Mother-of-Pearl-Work)"

Black and red lacquer Gunpai (General’s war fan) Edo period, 19th century The broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and a crescent moon and the characters Tenka taihei (Universal peace), and the heraldic crests of the Tokugawa family in various sizes against a black-lacquer ground on the reverse, the handle lacquered black and decorated with additional Tokugawa crests, gilt-copper hardware carved with scrolling vines on a nanako ground.

explodingrocks: “ Black and red lacquer Gunpai (General’s war fan) Edo period, century, Japan The broad paddle mounted on a short handle and decorated in gold and silver hiramakie with a sun and.

Makie obidome/brooch worn tied across front central area of formal furisode by young women or professional maiko geisha

Japanese Brooch Ambe Jewelry Maki-e Makie Plover Kyoto Japan #9 Christmas Gift

An elegant black lacquer gunpai (General's war fan) Edo period, 19th century

Bonhams 1793 : An elegant black lacquer gunpai (General's war fan) Edo period…

新入荷 : 豆千代モダン 新宿店 Blog

新入荷 : 豆千代モダン 新宿店 Blog

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Obidome are small brooches worn threaded onto the obijime (a decorated sash in order to tie an obi firmly), not really necessary, but making a charming decoration on the front of the obi.

#Tendencias e Reflexões: Texturas + Estampas   Dramaticidade, conflito e delicadeza

#Tendencias e Reflexões: Texturas + Estampas - Dramaticidade, conflito e delicadeza

Obidome are small brooches worn threaded onto the obijime (a decorated sash in order to tie an obi firmly), not really necessary, but making a charming decoration on the front of the obi.

MEIJI Antique Copper "Kinkou zaiku Obi-Dome" w/Kiku Y592

MEIJI Antique Copper "Kinkou zaiku Obi-Dome" w/Kiku Y592

with "Manju Kiku (Round Chrysanthemum)" Motif. It is presumed to be made in Meiji era Obi " through ".

Samurai in foul weather gear; coat and hat. He wears the two swords of the samurai (Katana and Wakasashi) on his left hip.

Samurai in foul weather gear; coat and hat carrying the two swords katana and wakizashi in true samurai form

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