Crane Brocade Uchikake Kimono
The uchikake - usually made over 1.8m or 6 feet long - is the most expensive part of a formal kimono, often costing over ten thousand dollars due to its intricacies, worn by brides or Kabuki performers. This special kimono is most commonly made in brocaded silk, many with intricate embroideries depicting auspicious symbols such as cranes and phoenixes, as well as flowers and pine trees.
This vintage version has been shortened and repurposed for everyday use, while retaining the balance of its intricate crane patterns.
Material: 100% Silk
Condition: Great vintage condition, minor loose threads in the embroidery on various places, not visible unless seen up close
Size: Free Size
Sleeve Length: 20"/51cm
- Double-layered heavy silk garment for autumn to spring
- Embroidered crane patterns on brocade silk textile
- Model's height is 5'4/163cm
- Worn with ROSEN' Plato suit in salmon pink silk, available here