man's black silk kimono jacket HAORI with samurai convoy
motif on lining, (H-169), 1930's
OR HAORI is mid-length loose jacket that serve as a
coat to be worn over a kimono. Haori are traditional Japanese
clothes which were worn by men as a component of the
formal attire. All kimono jackets are hand sewn and
"one of a kind". Haori can be used as a garment or an unique
interior decor to brighten up the corner of your home.
That is unique pre WWII black formal man's silk haori with
five samurai family mon or crest of the Asano samurai
clan in the form of two crossed Falcon feathers in a circle.
The picture on haori jacket's jacquard lining depicts
an image of a procession of samurai horsemen and foot soldiers
accompanying their Prince who sits in a Golden Palace cart
was drawn by a bull. The Prince makes an annual trip to
the Imperial court.
Excellent condition with no damage but with real antique
SOLD, THANK YOU!
material: heavy silk
length: 93 cm / 36,6"
sleeve end to sleeve end 130 cm / 51,1"
back wide: 60 cm / 23,6"
condition: excellent (not used)
Express mail (EMS) delivery fee from Japan to USA, Canada,
Australia - US$40.00 to UK and Europe - US$ 45.00