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Ôgimon is a pattern featuring fans (opened or closed) generally decorated with flowers. Here they feature cranes, pine trees, chrysanthenums, symbols of longevity and happiness, plum blossoms and wild oranges (tachibana).
Tomo-hakkake cloth (the right and wrong side are dyed the same way). So here, motifs are partially reproduced on the wrong side.
Five armorial bearings: one on the back, one on each arm, and two on the front.
Lining: Hakkake made of silk / Dôura made of polyester
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Excellent condition: slight discoloration at the collar’s fold and on the neckline. Some mildew spots in the white part of 2 of the fans. See detailed pictures.