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Vintage 1930's Kimono Robe | Royal Blue Silk with Floral Embroidery & Tassel Sash | Size S, M, LG



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This 1930s kimono robe is made from incredibly soft royal blue silk with the most elaborate hand embroidery throughout. Traditional Japanese kimono style with a western art deco flair, with flowers adorning the front and entirety of the back. Loosely fitted with a wide, silk sash tie with floral embellishments and crocheted tassels at the ends. This stunning and intricate kimono dressing gown is a very rare style, and is still incredibly fashionable for any modern style.

CONDITION - Very good: Completely structurally sound and wearable. There are some loose threads in the embroidery and water marks on the front lapels and back shoulder. A few spots on the sash. There are a few pinholes in the silk with two holes a little larger than a wooden pencil eraser, one on the top shoulder and one on the inside lining. Slight fraying in one spot on the inside collar. Flaws do not distract from beauty, and I have NOT attempted to wash. See last photo!


COLOR - Royal blue



- Taken while laying flat, relaxed, then doubled.
- Closed seam to seam.

SHOULDERS - 25.5" SLEEVE LENGTH - 16" BUST - 44" WAIST - 40" HIP - 40" LENGTH - 50" SASH LENGTH - 56.5"

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MINT - New, no flaws, never worn
EXCELLENT - Used, no noticeable flaws
VERY GOOD - Used, minor to no flaws
GOOD - Visible wear, minor flaws
FAIR - numerous flaws, fragile, needs repairs
POOR - Damaged, use for display or study

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