Japanese antique doll of a Girl dressed in
wonderfully rendered kimono,
Lovely Japanese Ichimatsu style
doll ( Ichimatsu
are the child dolls correctly proportioned usually made
with their movable hands) crafted in Kyoto, around
1950-60's and represents a little girl dressed with:
colorful silk kimono designed with Tokugawa's family mon
flowers, hexagons, and other Japanese symbols of good fortune and prosperity. Her
silk brocaded obi belt tied in Butterfly style on her back.
Japanese traditional purse with long silver hair
pin bira-bira as a necessary accessory of a festive
attire is attached in the bosom. Silk brocaded obi
belt adorned silk ribbon and pink tie-dyed silk
under-obi. Her black straight hair is cut and combed in the fashion of Taisho era ( 1912-1924).
The doll stands on a wooden plaque.
And wooden stand with author name come with.
Dimensions: 47 cm / 18,5 inches high
Conditions: excellent according to age with no damage
Sold, thank you!
* Express mail delivery and insurance fee approx. US$ 52-56.00