A Japanese sterling silver geisha tea caddy spoon, Showa period, after 1928, the finely chased spoon cast as a geisha in a floral kimono, the terminal in the form of her shamisen, her open parasol serving as the bowl of the spoon; marked sterling underside
A silk Kimono. Showa period, circa 1970s, in magenta and lined in red silk, profusely embroidered in white and silver metallic thread depicting a peacock and chrysanthemum flowers, with flaring leaves bearing peacock eyes. Length 185 cm.
Japanese handmade and hand embroidered black Kimono with plain black Obi. Heavily decorated on reverse with silk flowers and butterflies, obi plain with tassled edge. Repatriated to NZ by bill simpson, a member of J-Force
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